Goldbelt Hotel Juneau
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... old guy named Bob. Having no preference but somewhere that was dry I clicked on Bobs profile and read his "About me" section. It read " I am an easy going guy and love adventuring and hearing about others travels. I moved to AK last in 2012 and have already had an amazing time here. I decided to live on a boat for at-least a year so here I am, Living on a pretty awesome boat. I like to enjoy good food and company and maybe a cocktail in the evening. With any luck there ...
... turquoise lakes. Since I was in the center seat, Sherry snapped some photos for me. Thanks, Sherry. I wish you wonderful travels and hope well meet again at some wonderful national park.
At first Juneau (population 32,164) seemed like a small, tacky tourist town. Lots of bars and jewelry shops. Restaurants were sparse and mostly informal. We ended up at ...
... Honestly I was a bit stunned, this was in the fall and I couldn't believe the early trip was already booked, but I took it. This bothered me for quite sometime especially after I searched for stuff do after our12n whale watch. Eventually I called back and asked for the 'early tour" and was told the 12noon was the earliest tour that day as Radiance was the only ship that would be in port at 9am, 2 other large ships came in by 12n. The ...
... as we left the Killer whales and headed up Favorite Channel. We stopped at a Buoy that a group of Stellar Sea Lions had climbed up on the nap. They are quite loud when they start roaring! Luck provided us with an unusually clear day and we were able to see Herbert Glacier in the distance. The Captain maneuvered the boat around so we could all take a shot like the National Geographic cover shot that was of the same buoy with sea lions and the ...
... us and the pilot. No safety briefing or any preamble.....just throw your luggage in the back and hop in. Still it was great and we had a safe flight back arriving just in time for the start of the Parade.
The people on the floats throw candies out and the children had bags and competed to see who could catch the most. Needless to say David entered into ...