Cape Fox Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... screamed. It was good it was a smaller plane that is noisier anyway so it wasn't too bad. We felt sorry for the mum, then at the end discovered she had other family on the plane further back. They only came up for a short time to chat to the kids. One of the 3 cabin crew was a very jolly man who must have been approaching 70. He was very keen to help and to announce all sorts of things on the microphone. Quite funny. On the flight you get a pack of nibblies ...
Headed straight for the local museum. Wonderful displays. Loved the shops and had a delicious lunch at an old hotel (questionable heritage of the use in yester-year!!) This was the place with the torrential rain one minute, sun the next, more rain, more sun, repeat! Umbrella at the ready!
Prices were so different depending on the proximity away from the ship. Walk a good distance away for the bargains. Found that in Juneau also. ...
... ships in town there are more people on the ships then the town has as occupants. So most of the downtown is nothing but jewelry stores and “T” shirt shops. Which is sad because I don’t think many of these stores are even locally owned. We did our best to shop in stores that were labeled locally owned, and only spent a few hours downtown. These shops are not big on my list however Kimmie does enjoy ...
... back to the ship as there was simply not much here to see.
However, on the way back to the ship we met a few others who said they were going to try the crab meals in a certain restaurant and so we all headed up here.
Looking at the menu there was not a massive choice of food but some of the items were rather hard to work out just what they were on about or what food it actually was. One item which made us all laugh was listed as ...
... to realize that we must be true Canadians - the weather has been glorious so far at sea - 20-23 degrees and sunny. The Turners hve been in shorts and bathing suits, while some of our fellow passengers have been wearing parkas and fur lined boots!
Tomorrow, we are celebrating Elizabeth's 10th birthday by going salmon fishing with Captain Jared of Rainy Day Charters! We will let you know how we do! Hope you are all well !