Mullens House

Address: 526 Seward Street, Juneau, Alaska, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Juneau

Bolt cutters, the Gold Rush and Free Beer!

A travel blog entry by lmorton on Jul 27, 2015

... in what is clearly the best bit of inventive and engineering genius since the wheel, the pool tables auto correct their alignment with the rolling of the waves. They call them gyro tables. Admittedly when i first sawvthe name i wasnt sure what was going on here but once you switch on he gyro function, it really works. And you can play anytime! Loving it so far, and we arent even out of washington.
Anyone for a silent disco in the middle of the ...

What's Brewing in Juneau

A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jul 07, 2015

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... excursion planned, climb aboard. We take the few seats left and the rest of us stand as we drive out of town. The steep mountainsides are covered in pine, and spruce almost to the top where the tree line cuts off and turns into velvety green tundra grasses with snow capped peaks. Waterfalls carve a path down the mountainside, breaking up the much green foliage. We drive past the Mendenhall Wetlands, an expansive marshlands and tidal flats. Bald eagles perch on the grassy, muddy ...

First two days of the cruise

A travel blog entry by tranmereduo on Jul 05, 2015

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... We then enjoyed one of the on board entertainers in the theatre. He was originally from Uruguay, but could play guitar, play the piano, tell and few jokes as well as do some trips with ropes with hard wooden ends on them (called Bollos not to be confused with balls). This morning, we had to put our clocks back one hour as we headed into Juneau. Caroline checked ...

Where is the Glacier?

A travel blog entry by gypsyskinners on Jun 21, 2015

1 comment, 23 photos

... of a modest two bedroom bungalow. The green water thickens to a viscous, slushy soup full of smashed and fractured ice and we drift through shifting fog toward the face of the glacier in an eerie silence. The face when it comes is truly impressive and much bigger than you imagine (only 3 miles is visable at once) - as though a raging, frothing tsunami had been magically halted in mid-flow. It is kind of mesmerising and forbidding at the same time. The captain manages to park ...


A travel blog entry by peter_denise on Jun 09, 2015

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Tuesday 9/6 – A beautiful start to the day as we sailed through the green tinged glacial waters into Juneau, Alaska's capital city. We are sailing quite close to the land and mountains. The hillsides are lush green and there are impressive waterfalls everywhere. This city is only accessible by sea or plane. It has only 50 miles of highway running north/south from the city. Also the tides here vary about 17 ...

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