Frontier Suites Airport Hotel
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... excited about it. Diane had decided the night before that she was going to skip the ship because she wasn’t feeling 100% and had concerns that she would have difficulty with the hike on the glacier.
Our instructions were to meet the representative from the helicopter company on the dock. When Rachel and I left the ship, we met a lady holding a sign for a helicopter trip. She was from a different helicopter company. She told us that our rep would be there in ...
... a group of 6 or 7 humpback whales at the Point Adolphus feeding area, about 17 miles out of Icy Strait. Following that expedition we drove about 12 miles out of town over logging roads to search for wildlife, hoping to spot a brown or black bear. We had to make do with a bald eagle fishing for salmon in the river.
Everyone enjoyed this, our first stop, after spending a day cruising ...
... ft and was/is a place of spiritual significance for the Tlingit people. Apparently they claim it as their spiritual homeland. The Park rangers close the waterway to Johns Hopkins glacier in May and June whilst the harbour seals are breeding and often there is too much floating ice so we were privileged to get in there today. Incidentally we saw three out of four types of glacier on our journey (hanging, tidewater and valley). We ...
... we were able to relax, enjoy each other’s company and eat at our own pace instead of waiting on the other 6 who we don’t know.
While in the shops, we looked at the jade stores only to discover all the Māori jade designs, poorly done so that did not appeal. We caught the Broadway song show after dinner which was quite well done before collapsing into bed.
Tonight we head out to Skagway overnight, arriving at 7 ...
... a whale has been spotted on the port side. We rush over, along with everyone else, standing on our tiptoes we see a pectoral fin waving at us.
At 2pm we are down at the Piazza anxiously waiting for the Pennywhistle performance to begin. They play two songs, Clementine and Buffalo Gals. The Devens and Chris focus intently on the music as the whistles blow the tune.
Kaeleb is jumping up and down with excitement to get to the Kids Club after the performance. ...