Goldbelt Hotel Juneau
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- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Saturday 19 September 2015 Woke to a rainy day in Vancouver. After breakfast we finalised our packing for our taxi pick up at 10:00am for a short drive through the city to Canada Place - the shipping terminal at Vancouver. After checking in and going through security and customs we were shown to a waiting area to await boarding at 11:30am. Once we boarded we went to our stateroom 1029 on the Main Deck. From there we headed to the Lido Deck ...
... for us about life in Phoenix. When we arrived at the airport, we were brought into a large room to get our glacier gear on. They provided us with outer pants, a jacket and ski boots. The staff helped us with our gear and then went over a full safety briefing about the helicopter. We waited for a short time while the pilot was out on a flight checking the weather. We were then brought out to the helicopter to meet our pilot Chad and guide Deb. They got us into ...
... to go further afield(meaning to the stern) to forage for food. The first evening Charlie and Paige discovered room service!
Tonight we are all doing our own thing for dinner since everyone is coming back to the ship at a different time.
See you tomorrow when we cruise and gape at the magnificent Hubbard Glacier. Blue skies and sun would be wonderful after today.
... David's room. We relax out on the balcony, sipping wine and looking for wildlife.
As we sail, we pass islands covered in trees. The shoreline is grey and rocky. We are surrounded by snow covered mountains. The snow flows down the mountainside like a river. Waterfalls trickle down the steep cliffs and flow into the ocean. The steep mountains are a mix of snow and glacier, green mosses and lichens and further down the mountain are the spruce and hemlock forests.
... Arm fjords, and said it was marvellous.
We met up with friends to discuss the day and had dinner together. Dinner was labelled "Klondike Gold Rush Dinner’, and featured Alaskan seafood and beers. Very nice … and phew, are ‘our eyes bigger than our bellies’ as the saying goes, and eating toooooo much!!! We are all saying the ...