Whalesong Lodge

Address: 1 Mile Tong Road, Gustavus, Alaska, 99826, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 1 Mile Tong Road, Gustavus, is near Spirit of Adventure, Bartlett Cove, Mt. Fairweather Golf Course, and Sebree Island.
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Travel Blogs from Gustavus

Day Eleven – Ridin’ the Rails into the

A travel blog entry by meckley on Jul 12, 2015

25 photos

... if the crosswalk gets crumpled!! In the car in front of us was a family that broke the rules. They let their nine year-old daughter walk across the crosswalk and then the mother went across. Eventually the father just stood on it for a while!!

The railroad was started in 1898 and finished in 1900. The railroad made it easier for the men and women to get their supplies to Dawson, where the gold strikes were. Before this, the people had to carry the goods themselves or ...

Calving in Glacier Bay

A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jul 09, 2015

45 photos

... picking out the microscopic plankton and krill that died after the glacier plunged into the salt water. In balancing the salinity it caused instant death to all those creatures that cannot adjust to the salinity change. Elizabeth asks the Ranger how large was that calved piece and she replies about 125 ft tall.

These mountains of ice are everywhere in this bay. With each turn of your head you see another glacier and another valley carved by a retreating river of ice. As ...

Hubbard Glacier

A travel blog entry by eanselm on Aug 07, 2014

12 photos

... I brought it just for the glacier. I was also glad I had the super wide angle lens. For the second pass by the glacier the light was changing and the color of the glacier went from white to blue. The noise the glacier makes as ice calves (pieces break off) is like loud thunder. It is incredible. Tracy had a glacier party for everyone in our group in her suite down the hall from us. After watching the glacier from our room for an hour we joined them for coffee and ...

Icy Strait Point

A travel blog entry by eanselm on Aug 04, 2014

13 photos

... still feeling off. I think it was breakfast and not sea sick but I found a few others that find the funny side-to-side rocking made them feel funny. What ever, it passed within a day and never came back. It was another beautiful day in Alaska as we traveled to Icy Strait Point and the town of Hoonah. We cruised by a glacier early in the morning which we think must have been the Mendenhall Glacier. We arrived early into port and took the first tender over to ...

Whales to left, whales to the right, here I am

A travel blog entry by kramertown on Jul 16, 2014

... Alaskan flag. Somewhat dumbfounded the kids said "yes!" Then he reached above the steering wheel they had been playing with to present a folded blue flag. "This flag was flying on the ship as your crossed the gulf of Alaska," he said. "We replaced it this morning." We were all blown away and Tyler accurately summarized our feelings with "wow, this is souvenir you can't buy!" Sue and Tom both thought her Uncle Ken would have loved to have been on this trip and would ...