The Alaskan Hotel & Bar
Travel Blogs from Juneau
... to from the port. There are buses that run there frequently, and it will only cost you about $15. As this was the 4th of July, and Disney cannot have any fireworks in Alaska, they had a lame "celebration" in the atrium. Apparently Donald and Daisy are not very patriotic because they weren't in the show. Forgot to mention that we saw a humpback whale while we were dining at Palo. Pretty ...
... sleepy water front village. The snowcapped peaks line the inside passage now, todays weather is lovely, three more humpbacks viewed today and a harbor porpoise. Having binoculars turns the inside passage into a 3D experience
After our last stop before (forgot the name) Juneau before the sun set we saw at least 6 humpbacks in a pod silhouetted against the setting sun, pretty darn sweet.
Enjoy the ...
We took the fast ferry Fairweather from Haines and arrived n a little over two hours at 33 knots per hour.. We first went to the Macauley Salmon Hatchery. Very impressive program raising salmon fry and smolts and then releasing them into sound - hope it works. Then we found the Last Chance gold mine ruins after a steep drive ...
... trip had instead been limited to within the USA borders, I no doubt would have personally felt the effects of the shutdown at Federal facilities and attractions all over the nation, and that would have truly sucked. Jussayin’. Along the trail to the Falls (a darned nice little hike, by the way, that folks of almost any fitness level can handle), I chatted up an extended family, some of ...
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