Girdwood Guest House
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Travel Blogs from Girdwood
... with the buildings with brimming flower boxes and flags on every lamp pole. Bud passed on both and took a nap with the breeze blowing through the screen window from the cool water of Resurrection Bay. I found a few treasures ...bracelets of jade flower beads and one of bloodstone. It looks like jade but has flecks of red as well. I had been looking for some jade trinkets since it is the gemstone of Alaska but ...
... The 6 hour trip was fantastic! Even the trains in Alaska stop for wildlife sightings! The time passed quickly as we watched out the window and had our lunch served to us. I loved being able to get up and open the train car door and step out between the cars in the open air and take pictures. Wow! So much fun! Our train ride is over and it's time to board the ship for the next leg of our Alaska journey through the inside passage. I can't wait to see what things await ...
... must share the roadway. The wait is not too bad at all. At the end of the tunnel is Whittier. Whittier is the port for Princess and Royal Carribbean and there later was a Princess ship in port that dwarfed the docks. We visited the Prince William sound Museum which was primarily about the Aleutian Islands part of Alaskan history including Dutch Harbor and Attu Island during WWII. ...
... br> Tuesday 3rd June Cruise Day 4 Juneau
Our route is described as – Overnight we passed by Cape Decision (waypoint 7) into the waters of Chatham Straits, transiting Frederick Sound (waypoint 8) to Stephens' passage and taking Gastineau Channel into Juneau, Alaska’s capital city.
By the time we woke up at 8am we're in Juneau, and it's overcast and raining. Have breakfast, put on our walking boots and lots of warm clothing, as it's forecast ...
... reindeer/caribou lose antlers in Oct-Nov and females in spring -- so Santa Claus's reindeer are all female not male! The free tour given by staff was excellent. I was happy to spend some extra time gazing at the Musk Ox, reintroduced successfully back in the wild! The center plans to reintroduce Wood Bison in 2015 in Alaska as they are extinct in the wild here. Girdwood, Aleyska Mountain, Seven Glaciers Restaurant Hungry! Drive ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking