Extended Stay America - Juneau - Shell Simmons Drive
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... cold, and I would say "basic". The schools use the very to go from high school to high school for completions and we had about six teams onboard at one stage, musicians, volleyball players, wrestlers, basketball teams. Nice kids had we had chats to a few.
The second morning on the boat started well as we watched whales frolic in the ferrys wake. We had beautiful clear sky's all day and not a lot of wind. Another highlight was being asked up on the bridge and ...
... see them. We counted about 12 humpback whales in total! We spent over an hour watching them dive and come back to the surface for air. It was amazing to see these animals in their natural habitat, thriving! We ended the day late by arriving back at the ship at 8.45pm. We are so knackered and ready for bed, not forgetting to save the hundreds of pictures we took today before sleeping ...
... s where you can feel the power of theses dogs. I almost fell off when we first started going!! We got back on the helicopter and headed back to the city after petting some puppies. Another fabulous experience!! Late lunch at the Twisted Fish where Maya got seared ahi that she LOVED and didn't want to share! I got lobster tacos that were yummy. Back to the ship for early departure at 4:15pm. Tonight was dinner at Triton's and ...
... all over her face! Then it was time for the helicopter back down again. At the bottom, we decided that as there was lots of time left, rather than getting the bus back, we would go up to the Mendenhall Glacier visitors center, so we ordered a taxi for 8.However, when it arrived, it was only for 6. As Cindy and I had been to the visitors center 11 years ago, we would drop out and Carrie and Stuart could take Luke ...
... trip to Alaska. Sophie chose the trip, quite insightful for a seven-year old.
On the boat, I spotted a bald eagle soaring, gliding and swooping into the water for dinner.
The rest of the week we'll see the whales, sea lions, bald eagles, etc. Sophie, who toted her puffin hand-puppet almost everywhere, wants to see the ...