Goldbelt Hotel Juneau
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Travel Blogs from Juneau
... the water by huge avalanches, some of the bald sections have greened over and everywhere the arctic wilderness feels very close. The ship has to take a very bendy course amongst all this lot to keep itself in deep water, curving close to one shore then veering off unexpectedly toward the far side of the channel and occasionally slowing to a crawl to negotiate a tricky bit. We make a brief stop at the small frontier town of Icy Straight Point, so a few people can go ...
... in Ketchikan. Apparently, there isn’t a lot of ground to build on, most of the land is owned by the government. Housing is very expensive. We took the shuttle again and got off at Creek Street National Historic District. It has been a fish camp, with salmon swimming upstream through the houses on stilts. The area became a red-light district in 1902, and one can visit the well-preserved house of Dolly Arthur, Ketchikan’s ...
What a wonderful stay we have had in Juneau. Lots of walking and bus catching to get us as about. The locals have been very friendly - I think they like the 'out of season' travelers as they can stop and talk.
We booked a float plane flightseeing trip but when we arrived at the airport that had to be changed to a fixed wing flight as the pond had iced over!!! So....off we ...
Victoria to Juneau (Wed 27 & Thurs 28th)
Left Victoria on the bus and travelled on another B.C. ferry for 90 minutes to Vancouver south to Canada Place, where we joined the Holland America Line ship Volendam.
It took quite some time to clear through USA customs Immigration and security. Actually photographed us and took all ...
... is no food for them in Hawaiian waters so this feeding time is very important. Humpback whales can live to be 80. A female humpback reproduces every third year from 10 years to 40 years of age. She nurses the calf in the Hawaiian waters so that it can develop the fat needed to survive the cold waters of the Alaskan ocean. During the migration and nursing of the calf, a female humpback whale can lose 1/3 of her ...