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... Tour. It is our longest tour at 9 hours long! Oh ya, did I mention it was a weather warning day?! What a good way to find out if I get sea sick spending NINE HOURS on a boat. I went with my friends, Alissa and Keilina. On the way out to the Fjord I felt a little nauseous but I think it was all in my head. The seas weren't that rough going out, coming back was another story. After drinking ginger ale all ...
... Center . Watching the male harbor seal do his mating dance though a underwater glass was great. The female seal lion was sitting on the rock ignoring him :-D. Octopus, Sea Lion, birds, salmon (of course), jelly fish and other interesting marine life could be viewed at the Center.
In July 1999 we rode a bus into Seward to join up with our Princess cruise of Alaska. The bus took us right passed the town to ...
... we finally made it to Seward. Since it was dinner time, we quickly checked into the Seward Windsong Lodge, and went into town. Seward is a fishing village. Fishing boats everywhere! After walking around, seeing another Eagle, a cab that quacks, a baby reindeer, we managed to find that yummy restaurant on the water to eat dinner. The halibut was amazing, and Scott had salmon that holds a ranking of #2 in the world. I didn't know you can ...
... really sure what else we did this night.
We sailed on Radiance of the Seas, RCI. Our only recent cruise was on the Independence of the Sea in March 2013, so my comparisons will be based on that.
The Radiance is pretty ship, smaller and easier to get around than the Independence. Tons of glass, Sarah loved the outside elevators. The Radiance lacks the center "mall" area. The shops are layed out a little odd in that you have to enter one shop to ...
... the salmon was good! McKinley would be proud! We boarded the boat and enjoyed a boat tour around the bay where we saw SO MANY whales! Lots of puffins too and sea lions fighting on a rock. Oh ya, some bald eagles and other birds. I can't forget about the scenery itself which is amazing! I saw my first whale fluke! Pic below! Overall it was a fantastic day! Today we considered taking a helicopter to a glacier across the bay to go dog mushing! Because I work ...