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... but when we ordered, we were informed that they had sold out. We are definitely going back next week for Donner and Blitzen. My pedometer had 8629 steps on it when we got back to the house! It's 58 degrees today and raining off and on.
That's it friends. I am enjoying the view, time with my sister, and resting up for the rest of the trip! Tomorrow is the 4th, and the town is going to celebrate.
Wow - onboard our boat to Alaska - sooo awesome! After boarding and settling in, we were straight up to the poolside bar and big screen to watch the Socceroos get thumped by Chile! But we had to try out our 'all you can drink' drink card! Woohoo - I've found my utopia - it's called a Wildberry Lava Flow! Yummo! So with a buffet lunch filling us to the brim - we were then onto an amazing dinner! I can see there will be a massive diet plan when we return, but until then, forget ...
... a wander round as my tour wasn’t booked until
11.45am This is the last cruise ship
for the season so everything is heavily discounted. I bought a couple of wee pearl shell
necklaces, and the shopkeeper said I needed
to buy something uniquely Alaskan.
Yep – so he showed me a whale tail pendant (no chain) quartz with gold
running through it, in a gold setting.
The price - a bargain at $2275
... Elias Mountains, the Chugach Mountains, and the Kenai Mountains. Perhaps most impressive of all was the long Bering Glacier. There wasn't another soul out to be seen so it was fun flying. The fun got quite intense as neared Anchorage. With still some mountains to cross before we reached the relative flatlands of Anchorage, we were in some dense clouds. It wasn't turbulent, but fortunately we'd regained radio contact after the mountains and started our dissent. The hourly ...
... the company. It is really well appointed, with a cinema, several restaurants, large observation lounge and a programme of US Parks Service ranger talks at busy periods. We are most often independent travellers (we are caravanners at home) so the ferry was the perfect way for us to enjoy the scenery of South East Alaska at a pace we had chosen – we had planned 2 days on board, 3 days in a B&B in Ketchikan, 2 more days at sea and 2 days in ...
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