Capital City Center Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Weather; Overcast, Passing showers, light winds, 1017.2 mb, 15o C. Wednesday 27 August 2014 Tracey Arm / Juneau. Approaching Tracey Arm Fjord at 0620 we travelled along the 30 mile passage passing the mountainous scenery, we then executed a 180o turn and proceeded on a reciprocal course out of the Fjord at approx 1000. Then travelling in a Northerly direction, headed through Gastineau Channel towards Juneau, berthing with first line ashore at 1250. ...
... even found a Tilley's shop (a bit like Paddy Pallins)
The Rialto had an excellent Tapas Resturant which was all we wanted and we were in bed by 8pm. Slept well but the traffic noise woke me (at least) a few times.
Next day was lovely and sunny, the first thing was to transfer to the Empress see
Naturally our room was not avaliable till 4:00pm so we left our luggage and went on ...
... around the shoreline looking at the boats, yachts, canoes and seaplanes, through the various outdoor markets, and past endless restaurants and cafes. It really is a great place to visit on an early summer's day.
An early dinner, when we couldn't stretch it out any longer. Went to the 'Sticky Wicket' cricket themed pub, as we thought that might be fun, but completely forget that putting a sign outside doesn't change anything except the name. Pretty sure ...
... outside of the bus . . . he returns and gets out his ear buds . . . what a little ******** . . . the driver was very professional about all of this . . . but I got the feeling that it was not going to happen on HIS BUS!!
Now, the bus ride itself . . . it was loooooooooooooooooooooonnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn nnnnnggggggggggg! And, the seats are narrow!! We made a couple of pit stops . . . and stops in Campbell River and Nanaimo (after the bike box was dumped ...
... stand out in my mind, even though they both turned out to be memorable;
· Our first experience in Japan in the port city of Amori – we had prepared ourselves as best we could and decided we would travel from Amori by train to a Hirosaki Castle about 24 miles southwest. We could not speak, nor could we read basic Japanese. We went confident that we could “find a way”, ...