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- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Concierge desk
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... food or backpacks and approached virtually shoulder to shoulder in a tight group of seven. As we sat, the first bear appeared out of the forest to begin his feast for the day. We could see the Pink salmon jumping and trying to make their way up river and finally up the waterfall (interesting that man had built a concrete flight of steps at the right end to assist the salmon yet they preferred the 'natural' left end). Seagulls were plentiful as they ...
No roads lead to Juneau, which gives the Alaskan capital a misty inscrutability. You need to come by air or water, but when you arrive, the place will delight you with its bounty of water, forests, and mountains. Squeezed between the Gastineau Channel and Coast Mountains, Juneau offers a lot of variety ...
... I think we all looked nice even if many of the other cruise passengers didn't.
We had dinner at Triton's again, and it was a Toy Story themed menu. We had to wear 3-D glasses to read the menu which was a fun touch. Dinner was really good, and Josh especially enjoyed the blue bubble gum ice cream sundae dessert (themed to Buzz Lightyear).
We took some professional photos with the ship's photographers after dinner, and then I decided ...
... recalculated to allow her to sit with me in the front where I held her as she cried and begged me to let her out.
We took off and immediately lifted up above the most beautiful scene of forests, islands and sea.
Ten minutes or so later we glimpsed the frozen blue wave of the glacier. It was stunning and we flew above the glistening white blanket that seemed decorated with bright blue stripes.
Our pilot, Luke found a flat ...
... water, which buggers up their sonar. The small boat putters up to within 500 metres of the face, and we drift through the ice, waiting for a big lump to drop off (not too big though). - You can't take your eyes off the hanging, soaring and jutting spikes and slabs of ice, which all look as though they are about to drop off, because by the time you hear the thunderous rumble and crash, - its already happened.
This place, and Alaska in general, is undoubtedly one of ...