Cindy's Place

Address: Dyea Road, Skagway, Alaska, 99840, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Skagway

Cruise to Skagway, Alaksa

A travel blog entry by ian-tracey on Jul 25, 2015

... century. Booms fade and dreams move on, but the glory days still reverberate through the town. Ride the antique White Pass & Yukon narrow-gauge railway, step into the Red Onion Saloon or peruse the restored buildings and wooden boardwalks of the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical ...


A travel blog entry by the2pattullos on Sep 17, 2014

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... once a Salmon Cannery the indigenous or locals run the place and the cruise ship (Celebrity only) stops and tenders tourists ashore to spend money. Ours was spent in the bar trying to use their free wifi but then again so was every other person on the boat, useless so no blog from there.

Next stop Juneau and that was the first day of rain and it rained all day but we had a good day just the same, started with a cooking ...

An overview of our day to and in Skagway

A travel blog entry by barbhorv.5099 on Sep 01, 2014

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We had been out of commission for several days due to limited WIFI. We will attempt to catch up as we can. We are sitting in Fishtown in Ketchikan, Alaska with $2 WIFI for one hour. We hope the pictures tell part of the story of our Monday travels. Admittedly, some of this is becoming blurry - so many places- so little time!


Day 17. Skagway Train and Bus trip 6 hours.

A travel blog entry by geoffq on Aug 28, 2014

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... 2 Klms to the train station and boarded the train, where we started the huge 3000 foot climb up into Yukon in the White Pass mountain range,which is part of the Golden Loop. The 2 big diesels pulling the 12 carriages today did it with ease, but certainly working to the maximum because of the grading of the mountain, which means how many feet you rise in 100 feet, it was certainly a very steep climb, which is ...

Butt Pucker Road

A travel blog entry by gemberling on Aug 04, 2014

First order of day was to finally jack Cousin Eddie back straight. Wade was tired of oncoming traffic giving us weird looks because we looked like we were dog tracking down the road. Stopped at the rest area on the south end of Kluane Lake to look at Dall sheep. On to Haines Jct and a bakery stop. Lunch at a rest stop and then a bear viewing. On to Whitehorse for groceries and then to Pullen Creek RV on Skagway Harbor for 2 nights. The drive ...