The Alaskan Hotel & Bar
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... a Cessna 207 (little little things that looked like a model airplane), it was a nice colour! What an experience. We loved it!
As we waited on the tarmac to take off the little plane before us aborted - I nearly aborted then also. The door had come open, so I rechecked mine.
We flew over the Mendenhall glacier first then over Juneau and along the Taku River to the ...
... people through the Southeast Alaskan landscape, doing both hiking and whale watching tours, and the longing to return to that will always be there; but for now, I've got my degree, have nowhere to be, and foreign countries are waiting, and then I can come back and figure it all out (right ...
Stephans Passage was fogged in. We were only minutes away from Tracy Arm Fjord. A fellow passenger asked me
if I was responsible for the weather. I said if he would pay me $100,
I'd clear it up. Non refundable offer, of course. As we entered Tracy
Arm, the fog broke. Captain said he did it for drama.
Captain took the Solstice all ...
Another beautiful day in fake Alaska!! We docked early again and got off the ship after a room service breakfast. First, we took Mt. Roberts tramway for a cable car ride to the top. Wonderful views on a clear day like we had. Took lots of photos of the ship and hiked around for a bit before heading back into town for an early lunch. We had Mexican food which was meh. We met our van to take us to the helicopter pad at 11:30am. ...
Woke up this morning as the ship was arriving in Juneau. It rained all day long - turns out this is a temperate rain forest. 80 inches of rain per year, and 100 inches of snow. It also doesn't get terribly cold or warm - I think someone said that the average winter temp is 25 degrees, average summer is 55.
We walked a trail through the forest. So beautiful. Huge trees, ferns, moss and lichen - not ...