BEST WESTERN Grandma's Feather Bed
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... injuries. She has lived at the park for 8 years and they estimate she is 13 years old. You can hike up or down the Mountain .... But warnings for bears and other wildlife put us off hehe.
Back to the ship for a rest. The ship leaves at 8pm and heads to Skagway past the Eagle glacier and through the Lynn canal which is home of humpback whales (hopefully we will se some).
What an exhausting day ...... But probably the adrenaline made it ...
... There were two cruise ships leaving so all up about 5000 people going through.
Eventually sailed at 5 pm. There are 9 decks, 2 pools, casino, theatre, gym, 4 restaurants, various bars,library and other shops. Our first cruise ship so a bit of an eye opener. We keep getting lost to find our room.
Enjoying luxury of eating, no ...
... for a drink before supper. When he made the announcement, we went dashing up there to grab a table with a view. Sat, drank wine, listened to a guitar player, and ate supper (in shifts!) until 8:15 when we decided to go outside. Wow!! We saw 40-50 whales in the water over 30 minutes or so. It's very exciting, and humbling somehow to see this. It's been an incredible trip. Tomorrow, a float plane trip into Misty ...
... cruise port. I was able to replace a missing lens cap and David got a new camera battery for his camera. The shop was not overpriced at all. We were in port for a long time but had seen everything we wanted to see so we headed back to the ship to relax before dinner. This night was another specialty restaurant, a tapas restaurant called Quisine where you order on an iPad. Tomorrow off to Skagway and the narrow gauge train up in the mountains to Fraser, ...
Today was the day we arrived at our first port of call in Juneau. It was great to watch as we approached Juneau up the inlet this morning. When we docked, it was a little wet. We were a little concerned as we had a helicopter tour planned and we didn't know if we would be able to see anything, or if it would be running at all. However we had plenty of time before the tour, so we ate lunch onboard first. As we got off the ...