The Cedars Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... an hour later than us. So Christina and I wandered around town visiting tourist shops, looking for Totem Poles, Ketchican has many many Totem Poles around town. We also took time to visit Creek Street. The stories were interesting about the houses although they have a much more tamer use today as tourist shops, galleries, and restaurants. Dollys House remain as a museum but at $10 dollars we really didnt feel like entering instead we decided to head for ...
... cancelled that plan. This happens often in these waters, so we went with the flow. Alternately we cruised up into a wider Endicott Arm because it afforded a wider channel for the ships navigator to maneuver in (big bust there as well). Now we sail for Juneau, arriving tomorrow morning. (“Whispering quietly” – King Neptune and gang are so far absent from this part of his realm)
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Ketchikan is the last port stop on our Alaska cruise and what a way to finish!! Our day started with a walk around the village, which was lovely. Ketchikan is the Salmon capital of the world and the wettest in North America, however it didn't rain until we got back on ship in the evening. Creek Street is built over the river with board walks and quaint wooden shops, part of the John West ad was shot here. Dolly's house was a ...
... rain for 6 days they are in 'drought'. Because they get so much rain, it doesn't snow in Ketchikan. Only a little on the mountains. The ocean is quite warm due to the effect of currents from Japan, so we were told today! Much of the town of Ketchikan has been literally built over the water as it has been too difficult to blast away the rocky hills. Creek Street is the historic part of town and this is over the waters ...
... very far. There was a bright spot though. The National Park centre ($5.00 to enter) had some really good films and other displays that give a visitor an introduction to the environment they have been travelling in (if you come from the north like us) or will be going to if travelling to the North. Definitely worth the entry fee. Creek street, which is a historic area, is built out over the river and from one of the ...