Frontier Suites Airport Hotel
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... leave this great place. I had been up here for just over a hour and must have taken about 300 photos in that short time. Another one of my lifelong dreams had come true.
Back down to base and back in the bus to Juneau town centre for a walk around.
This is the capital of Alaska and is only possible to get here by ship or plane as there is no road in or out. The town itself is a kind of modern ugly building kind of city and does not have ...
... a Cessna 207 (little little things that looked like a model airplane), it was a nice colour! What an experience. We loved it!
As we waited on the tarmac to take off the little plane before us aborted - I nearly aborted then also. The door had come open, so I rechecked mine.
We flew over the Mendenhall glacier first then over Juneau and along the Taku River to the ...
... or making the bed.
No internet service on board except at 75 cents per minute. A bit expensive.
Open ocean cruising all day Thursday on very flat water, so just had a relaxing day using ships facilities.
Managed to get internet in Juneau Library, Don't expext any regular entries for quiet awhile. We will do when the opportunity ...
... expected in Alaska. The canopy of trees is huge. Then we went to the Mendenhall glacier state park. The glacier looks very blue in the cloudy weather. There is a huge waterfall right next to the glacier. The park also has elevated boardwalks over streams teeming with salmon that have come upstream to spawn (and die) - there are lots of bears there feasting on the salmon. Sorry that we didn't see any bears, ...
... cruise port. I was able to replace a missing lens cap and David got a new camera battery for his camera. The shop was not overpriced at all. We were in port for a long time but had seen everything we wanted to see so we headed back to the ship to relax before dinner. This night was another specialty restaurant, a tapas restaurant called Quisine where you order on an iPad. Tomorrow off to Skagway and the narrow gauge train up in the mountains to Fraser, ...