The Williwaws

19100 Williwaw Way, Juneau, Alaska, 99801, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 19100 Williwaw Way, Juneau, is near Orca Enterprises, Shrine of St. Therese, Point Bridget State Park, and Chichagof Island.
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Travel Blogs from Juneau

Cruising to Alaska....... and Juneau

A travel blog entry by paul_n_desiree on Jul 14, 2014

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After breakfast we travelled by bus to Vancouver's Pier, Canada Place to commence our Alaskan cruise on Holland America’s Ms Zuiderdam. We were at sea for 2 days and the second night was the first of the 2 Formal dinners. We booked a table for 10 and had a great night with some of our travelling companions. Interesting to see everyone in ...


A travel blog entry by karenpgh on Jul 06, 2014

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We rented a car from Avis so we could explore where we wanted to hike, etc. We went to Mendenhall Glacier and did the Nugget Falls trail, and then I was on a mission to find the Shrine of St. Therese. I was afraid we had missed it, but realized we had not gone far enough on the Glacier Highway. We eventually did find it, and as a bonus, we got to see lots of salmon jumping from the shore there. We had a big debate about where to ...

Tracy Arm Fjord and the Mendenhall Glacier

A travel blog entry by jose.dawn on Jun 30, 2014

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... to stand on the 13 mile long ice field, view the ice falls and explore a crevasse. Later, we returned to Juneau and explored the town some more. Jose took off up a steep hill to check out the capital building and saw a dog viciously barking at a bronze statue of a huge bear. Obviously, the dog was reliving a bad memory. Back on the ship, we ended our evening in the theater with a musical production. What a ...

Glaciers and Juneau

A travel blog entry by suzannecompton on Jun 22, 2014

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... and one of the high-lights of our trip. Here are a few pertinent facts about the Hubbard Glacier. --The Hubbard Glacier is North America's largest tidewater glacier. It is 76 miles long, 7 miles wide, and 600 feet tall at its terminal face (350 feet exposed above the waterline and 250 feet below the waterline). --The Hubbard Glacier starts at Mt. Logan (19850 ft) in the Yukon Territory. Mt. Logan is the 2nd tallest mountain on the North American continent. --The ...


A travel blog entry by navillus on Jun 16, 2014

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