Mile Zero Bed and Breakfast
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... and do-nuts. All of which were delicious. If you requested a vegetarian option was available, rice, lentle curry, and the coleslaw, rolls and do-nuts. There was also a mushers camp where you could see working sled dogs and play with this years crop of puppies. They will take you for a ride for an extra ...
... 8211; of course I went him! How rude to assume that so I told him right off & he was suitably embarrassed by the time I had finished with him!
Skagway is much smaller than Juneau which I prefer as it was prettier I think & easier to get to the whales & forest. But there are still 4 ships in port today & it doesn't really look like we should all fit but it all works well. We had a great day walking ...
Today we were in Skagway. The ship docked really early and as the title says it was very foggy. We had an excursion booked with a photographer. We were in a group of 6. We drove out to Sahi, a town now wiped after the gold rush came to an end. Because of the fog, we ventured into the woods where we did a little macro photography. We took pictures of a lot of different types of mushrooms. We then spent the afternoon in town, doing a little shopping and visited a couple of ...
... it only took a balloon to keep the crowd entertained he would have handed them out at embarkation. At the beginning of the show they gave a slideshow of the 53 nationalities on staff and how many from each country. There is 8 Australian crew members. The show was great .... So many talented people hidden in the everyday crew. The bosun from Italy sang a Frank Sinatra song, a housekeeper from India sang an Eric Clapton song, a bartender from the Philippines ...
This small town is totally a tourist town. The National Park Service has a great museum detailing the men who were going to the Klondike Gold Rush. When they went through Skagway, they had to pass by all kinds of shisters trying to take their money. The real profit in the Gold Rush was made my the merchants. ...