Fort Seward Lodge
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and gave her the nick-name to unsettle her which didn't actually work. She drove us to the train station where we boarded the White Pass Railway for a spectacular train journey for 2 hours which was on a vintage rail car on a narrow gauge railway which followed the original route to the Yukon's White Pass. This train was very close to the edge in parts and crossed a couple of trestle bridges and went through a couple ...
Excited to board the ferry and get underway to enjoy all the beauty and splendor of the Inside Passage! This time however it will be low maintenance instead of high maintenance. No formal attire required ;-) I was rather surprised to see a tour bus for the African Children's choir, what looked like a dump truck and several commercial vehicles, not to mention all the RV's, trucks and cars. It reminds me that it really is a means of transportation for Alaskans ...
... We spent several days at Haines, a small town on the water. We were given a large grassy site which the dogs loved. The first day was spent doing laundry and running around the town. The most interesting building was the IGA grocery store where you had to go up a long flight of stairs to reach the grocery store. We sat for a moment to see if people really hauled their grocery bags down the stairs - they did.
We got up at 4am in the 29th morning in order to see sun rise at 4:44am, but it was cloudy and raining. We had to use binocular to watch the distant woods and hills. The Asian breakfast at IZUMI restaurant located at the rear of top deck (deck 12) at 7am was to be highly expected on the 5th day of the cruise. We enjoyed the exquisite Asian food and elegant dining wares. Furthermore, the atmosphere inside and views outside were truly touching and extraordinary. We took lot ...
... since the girls joined us - our destination is Tok, Alaska, approximately 325 miles. We leave Anchorage around 9am, with only coffee in our stomachs: we’re headed for Sheep Creek Lodge, for coffee and pie. I have never driven past this place without stopping, and upon arrival, my current set of traveling companions are disappointed with the lunch food, but the pie holds up to the reputation I‘ve given it. From there, we continue along the Alaska Highway ...