Frontier Suites Airport Hotel
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Awoke this morning early at 0530 due to some incredible sight coming up soon.
It was an early shower, then up stairs for breakfast with Graeme and Suzanne as it gets light about 0530 am we were on deck about 0730 even though it was partly cloudy it was still pretty fine and good weather.
We had just entered into the Fiord, which goes for many miles, but looking up either side of the ship, nearly straight up are ...
Woke up this morning as the ship was arriving in Juneau. It rained all day long - turns out this is a temperate rain forest. 80 inches of rain per year, and 100 inches of snow. It also doesn't get terribly cold or warm - I think someone said that the average winter temp is 25 degrees, average summer is 55. We walked a trail through the forest. So beautiful. Huge trees, ferns, moss and lichen - not ...
... apart, separated by a sea of wheat. Until you come to the very last farm which abuts rugged, rocky, empty land. This give way to hills covered in green velvet and finally arid, empty mountains. McAll, Idaho, our second stop, is a little jewel set in the middle of all this. The waterfront, which was a construction zone last time we visited, is now a beautiful park with beach, marina and gardens and every nook, cranny, front porch and lampost on the main ...
... sink, so I hand-washed clothes and hung them in the bathroom on the ample supply of hangers We also had a fan to speed drying. (It looks like we won't need the North Face souvenir clothespins for our noses after all) We found out the next day that fellow traveler Bob walked to the Laundromat (it was a 15 minute walk).
Tomorrow we board the Nat Geo Sea ...
... she was too excited and forgot....
There was nothing in the brochure about having to walk to get to the waterfall...
It was worth the walk..
The trip has been renamed 'The peripatetic expedition' thanks to another of Carolynn's friends, Annie in Brisbane..
For those uneducated.. Google it!!!
Seemed strange seeing icebergs in a lake..