Extended Stay America - Juneau - Shell Simmons Drive
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... high in the Canadian Spruces, quite breathtaking. Martin takes in the views and curses me for booking it lol. A continued attempt to help him overcome his fear of heights. Suppose i will just have to continue ;).
Back on board the ship and need to thaw out in the bubble pool and spa. This really is the life lol.
After dinner i introduced Martin to vodka martinis, now he's hooked on butterscotch martini. Lol.
... slide across our window at nightime. About half way up, the ship squeezes through a slender ribbon of sea called the Narrows which is barely a few hundred metres wide and 100 feet deep and can only be tackled safely at high tide. The channel was made navigable in the 20s by exploding a skyscraper-sized obstacle called Ripple Rock with approx. 1 million pounds of explosives, in what was (and still is) the World's largest non-nuclear explosion.
Despite a half ...
... day, I saw four flying over the ship deck. We docked behind the Princess cruise ship and about two hours later, our breakfast was delivered to our room and the announcement was made that we could disembark.
(D) I shrieked “OMG GETTUP GETTUP ELSA!!!!!” She popped up like a rocket at lift-off. It was so exciting to see these rustic houses sitting perilously upon stilts. Wow! Alaska at last.
(E) The ONE time she ...
... fast catamaran we headed off towards the shore but were soon stopped in our tracks by a large group of Orca Whales. What a great sight this was. They were swimming all around us and at times came right up close to the boat making for great photography.
After all that excitement we headed onwards to the Tracy Arm Fjord and were soon cruising through these wonderful gentle waters. The place was like another world. Waterfalls, ice bergs, seals and ...
... have come to the conclusion that I can't take pictures on my camera & load them into this thing due to some glitch that I am unaware of...however, I can take photos on this actual ipad (like a real tourist ******) & then upload them. So that's how it's going to be. At least you will see some of the shots. Pity about the good ones on the camera - Did I ever tell you how much I hate tablets :(