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... out the 2 Grizzly Bears they have up the top. One was sleeping but we managed to get some good photos of the other one. We then took the chairlift to the top. They have another new thing up there, its a wind Turbine with a circular glass viewing area at the mid section. That we didn't do as the Chairlift was hairy enough. It was a bit hazy for photos but at least it wasn't covered in cloud like last time I was ...
... to me, she replies. The elevator to the hotel lobby is just beyond the buses and although we register very early, they let us check in with an upgrade to a harbor view room. From here we can see the Solstice. We are on the 20th floor and the room seems to rock as if we are still on the ship. We don't have our land legs back yet.
After checking in, we buy tickets to the Hop on Hop off Trolley. These cars are originally from San Francisco. We took the trolley to ...
... bridges more than 100 years old supported the train as we made our way to the summit and the Canadian border. The landscape was absolutely stunning. In fact throughout our Alaska voyage, it was very challenging (or near impossible) to capture the “everything” of it all on camera.
On Saturday August 30th I took a morning stroll around the ship’s deck for three-mile walk in the brisk morning air, witnessing a beautiful rainbow hanging ...
... was sold out, so I didn't have a race packet. I figured that I would come and try to run anyway, unless they kicked me out. More on that later.
After we picked up the packets, one of the yoga sessions was about to start, so, although we were hungry, we decided to take the class. However, most of us didn't bring yoga mats so we were sort of stuck doing yoga on concrete. I'm not sure there's anything less comfortable than that. It was nice though, and not too hardcore. I'm not ...
There was once a musical titled "Whitehorse Inn" not that you'd remember it Anzo, but I'll attempt to challenge the song title heading as you suggest!! So we stayed at a town called Whitehorse which we really liked. Lots of the towns seem to built on really flat ground and streets,long and straight; but yesterday we travelled on the White Pass & Yukon Route, an historic railroad built in Gold Rush times and it was amazing. It would be challenging engineering even ...
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