Breakwater Inn

Address: 1711 Glacier Ave., Juneau, Alaska, 99801, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1711 Glacier Ave., Juneau, is near Above & Beyond Alaska, Adventure Bound Alaska Tracy Arm Glacier Cruise, Alaska State Museum, and Green Angel Gardens.
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    Travel Blogs from Juneau


    A travel blog entry by hotta3 on Aug 22, 2014

    ... was afraid to do it but I convinced her. She didn't fall off and she really enjoyed it. You stand on the runners and hold the handles. You really do get jerked when the dogs start. Need to be ready. Don't fall off or you might fall on a pile of poo. (They're required to pack that out along with everything else!) got to pet and hold more husky puppies. Even cuter than the other ones. It was a pretty short excursion but memorable. ...

    North to Alaska

    A travel blog entry by coyaustinwilson on Aug 16, 2014

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    Stress from work and life in general along with the desire to travel took me on a short adventure to a beautiful place called Alaska. I bought a one way ferry ticket from Bellingham WA to Juneau AK with nothing but my backpack, my fishing pole, and a sense of adventure. There I was, out on my own again, ready to meet new people and ready to create some awesome memories. I didn't even think twice about what I was going to do with my Harley because it was still in the shop and ...

    A day in Juneau

    A travel blog entry by eanselm on Aug 05, 2014

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    ... stream and saw lots of salmon, some cute little birds and a bear catching salmon. We didn't go into the visitor's center. The trip back to town was quick. David and I left our traveling companions near the boat and walked down the street to find lunch. We ended up at the Red Dog Saloon. The atmosphere was fun and the food was decent. The restaurant was a saloon during the Gold Rush era and the workers dress in period costumes. There is also a ...