Skagway Home Hostel

456 3rd Ave, Skagway, Alaska, 99840, United States | Hostel
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Day 4 Skagway July 3, 2014

A travel blog entry by storyquilter

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... here Pattern Stitch Row 1 (RS) K1, (YO, K2, S1 2 K1 $##% Never mind, reading it today I figured it out. S1 2 is not slip one two,, their abreviations are screwy, S1 means slip not slip one. oK, I'll give ti another try. Not many pictures taken yesterday, so I'll show you our stateroom too. At sailaway Captain Guss came on the overhead and told us that when we sail away a lot of folks show up and wave us off. Pictures of that as ...

Skagway

A travel blog entry by wcattell

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... convey the sheer scale of the topography. Unfortunately we didn't get to disembark the train at the top of the pass, as soon as the train engine was swapped over we came back down via the same route. After arriving back in town we had a wonder around the ...

Stops on the Cruise

A travel blog entry by suzannecompton

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... Very interesting and delicious. There were 12 of us for dinner in a beautiful room with a wall of windows displaying the Alaska mountain ranges as we sailed. At the end of the meal the chef presented us with a copy of the menu and a cookbook containing these and many more. A wonderful and relaxing evening. Ben and I sat in a comfortable area at the back of the ship and watched Alaska pass by before heading to bed.
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Arrival Skagway about 4am.

A travel blog entry by jbwatson

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It is just amazing that we both sleep through......didn't hear any activity when the ship arrived to Dock at near 4am as we were informed. Our room from the cabin window was of a graffiti covered rock wall, with the Heritage Train waiting for visitors to board for the journey to Whites Pass. *Pre 1887: Skagway is used by Chilkoots and Chilkats (First Nations People) for hunting and fishing. Tlingit natives led Prospectors into ...

Land Excursions on the Coral Princess Cruise

A travel blog entry by gptimson

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... in the mountains so that the dogs can be kept cool during the summer. We headed off in sleds/karts with wheels (because there isn't any snow about at the moment) and had a sled dog team of 16 dogs. The dogs were so excitable, all barking and jumping around ready to 'run' as they say. They get up to a fair speed and are well trained - obeying their 'mushers' commands. After getting introduced to the team of sled dogs we headed down to the 'camp' to meet the puppies. ...

 

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