The White House
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... it means that the lady is available. The Red Saloon was also one of the classiest dance halls in town.As more and bigger dance halls began to be built, business dwindled in the saloon. It became harder to lure more customers in. The saloon has been used as an army barracks, a bakery, a laundry, a union hall, a gift shop and a television station. It is again open for business with guided tours with historians dressed as madams of the day. Stepping inside the ...
... back to the ship to visit the town some more. One thing we have found in a tourist town at the end of the tourist season you get some great deals. We got many items at 40 to 50% off. Christina found any number of scrapbook sets and stickers and had a hard time deciding what to get. Marge found some jewelry and many varieties of salmon, venison, ox, and moose jerky that she enjoyed. I also was able to find some good deals getting the jacket in Juneau and ...
... good to go. The guy from the Jeep company (Mackey) is a Skagway native. He gave us their newest Jeep, a Red four door 2015 Wrangler with only 8,400 miles on it. He said that 2,000 of those miles were from the drive up from Seattle. There are no car dealerships in Skagway, so all new vehicles have to come from another city. The jeep was exactly like the ones that I have rented in Sedona with power windows, Satellite Radio and it even had Air Conditioning. No need for ...
... in the area. It has featured in the National Geographic. The lake is so green because the whole area was a seabed. Then after the ice age the reaction of the seashells, coral and myrol (something like that) has now made the bright colour.
Lunch was at Caribou. A little tourist stopover, that is obviously making a fortune during the Alaskan summer. Lots of people had a barbecue chicken lunch and donuts. Then a walk through the gift shop and through the wildlife museum ...
... grown over with spruce and poplar trees.
From the camp ground it was a winding 20 minute drive along the coast into Skagway where a year-round population of 968 people make a pretty good living catering to the cruise ships that dock here daily between May and September. There were 4 ships in port for less than 24 hours on both days that we were there. Over 9000 tourists flood the bars and shops on ...