The Williwaws

Address: 19100 Williwaw Way, Juneau, Alaska, 99801, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 19100 Williwaw Way, Juneau, is near Shrine of St. Therese, Orca Enterprises, Point Bridget State Park, and Chichagof Island.
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Travel Blogs from Juneau

12 Hours in the Capital of Alaska

A travel blog entry by pamandpete on Aug 25, 2015

5 comments, 25 photos

In October 1880 the 160 acre town site of Juneau was staked by a couple of prospectors, named Richard Harris and Joseph Juneau. They had found gold in the Silver Bow Basin and soon they were joined by boat loads of prospectors attempting to strike it rich! The Alaskan town of Juneau was born. It became Alaska's territorial capital in 1906, home of Legislature in 1912 and Alaska's state capital upon statehood in 1959. It is the only state capital in the United States of America with no ...

Sailing Away with sunny skies

A travel blog entry by doreenmullins.7 on Aug 10, 2015

16 photos

... Gate Bridge and past West Vancouver. We were all up on deck snapping our photos, taking our selfies and waving to Jim, Juanita, Dan and Barb on the pier in West Vancouver. I have checked out my telephoto picture of the pier and can spot Dan in his yellow shirt. It was marvellous.

We have a table for 12 for dinner each night and indeed the first night we all turned up to raise a toast to ...

Day 28 Aurora Borealis et al

A travel blog entry by jennieanddavid on Aug 09, 2015

2 comments, 4 photos

... of moss and elephant foot fungi was very appealing (see photo). We spotted a squirrel food store at the base of a tree, where they had accumulated a huge pile of leftovers from pine cones they had dissected to get the seeds (looked like a pile of sawdust) and then dug holes in it to store food. A cheeky squirrel emerged, scampering off to gather further food for his winter larder. Two bald eagles flew high overhead, making a raucous cry as they went, almost back at the boat ...

Day 25 Watching the Bears - a magical day

A travel blog entry by jennieanddavid on Aug 06, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... a scarred nose and was keen to assert her rights to the feeding ground. She moved slowly (apparently to conserve those calories - no aerobic workouts for her) and was very fussy over the fish she chose to catch. Apparently the fish deteriorate as they swim up river and can be quite 'manky' at this stage of their journey. Nothing second class for queen bee. She was not happy when the third bear showed up and tried to chase him away. We had half ...

Juneau

A travel blog entry by ukjays2009 on Jul 29, 2015

8 photos

We are still in the Misty Tunnel Forecast: Overcast. Rain. 13*C Today we had planned to go on a 'once-in-a-lifetime' helicopter flight to the glaciers, land on one and have a walk around. A few days ago we had a rethink of this and changed to a float plane trip to just view, but not walk on, the glaciers. I'm glad we did this in the end because all the helicopter flights were cancelled and only ...