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Travel Blogs from Skagway
Today we were in Skagway. We took the train up the mountain side. There were some beautiful views. We saw the bridal veil falls, dead horse gulch and went to the summit just across the Canadian border. We spent some time shopping and had an elegant dinner in the ...
Comedian/musician Duncan Tuck was the somewhat forgettable live entertainment for the night.
Kath's daily highlight: Standing out on the back platform of the train to capture pictures of the White Pass and Yukon trail.
Kath's daily lowlight: No moose or bear were seen.
Errol's daily highlight: the train ride.
Errol's daily lowlight: No lobster for dinner - again.
... for free. I decide to walk and walk I do. Without a ...
... I christened my hat that cost me $10 at an onboard sale of Alaskan goods.
John is at a computer workshop at the moment on movie making from your photos – unfortunately all their workshop are Windows based and not Mac. I have been to a cooking demo and a Dancing with the Stars heat ...
... s supply of food and equipment (roughly 2 tons). There is an iconic photo of a line of miners walking single file up the mountains “Golden Stairs” of the Chilkoot Trail.
This whole ordeal took these people over a year to move the supplies and reach the gold fields of Dawson. It was then they were surprised to find a bustling city and every mining claim taken. It is estimated that over 100,000 people came thru Skagway in the summer of “98”. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking