Cape Fox Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on the far side of the Ketchican Creek on Creek Street. This moved the trade away from what was becoming the more respectable part of town. The guide said high heels were outlawed on the peers and walks by the port in order to reduce the number of prostitutes visiting that section of town. The original homes of many of these madams still exist and there are historical plaques on them telling stories of the more famous of the ladies. There was a ...
... a grazing Harbor Seal arrived to put on an underwater acrobatic show as it dived and twisted around and final caught an exhausted salmon for lunch. Quite a show! After our lunch at the local Diaz Café (Filipino owned and operated) we spent the rest of our afternoon in the Discovery Center, watching movies and world class exhibits depicting life in this beautiful area of the Alaska panhandle.
After that, Barbara ...
Today we berthed at 10.00am and will sail again at 6.00pm. After breakfast we went for a walk thru the town. It is a very old style town with lots of souvenir stores. Approx 600 cruise ships come here ever summer. The season lasts for 20 weeks so that is quite a few boats each day. Today there are 4 boats in. We walked along ...
We awoke early this morning to see islands very close by. We were slowly sailing into the port of Ketchikan, berthing about 6.30am. Ketchikan has a population of 8,050 and the town is named after 'Ketchikan Creek. It is known as the 'Salmon Capital of the World'. The three Alaskan ports we will be visiting over the next three days are on a relatively narrow coastal strip with lots of islands, and the Canadian border ...
... we have tickets to the Great Alaskan Lumberjack show. It's a bit corny and the jokes are staged, but it's still fun to watch. They divide the audience in two..each group cheering for a team of two lumberjacks. It as great for laughs.
Our time in Ketchikan was short. We have to be on board by 1:30. Just a short time in Ketchikan but a memorable ...