Juneau Aspen Suites Hotel
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Glacier Dog sledding and Mendenhall Glacier
Got picked up at 9:15am had the safety briefing all set to go on helicopter, Zach very excited and then they tell us at the last minute that the dog sledding was cancelled due to weather. Zach was gutted as were we, luckily they let Zach be the pilot of the helicopter for a good 10 minutes so he …
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We got up early and caught the shuttle to the airport. We didn't realize that were so very close to the airport that we had a long wait until our flight. Juneau airport is small and is very crowded compared to other airports. Our flight to Seattle was uneventful, it was a very smooth flight. During our layover in Seattle, we ate again at Anthony's and wasn't disappointed. Great food and great service. The ...
... had better views of the mountains on their way back as the storm had finally passed over.
Nine years ago when Bob was looking at the official Alaska map, he began wondering why the border was so jagged and did not run on latitude/longitude lines. The captain explained that when the US purchased Alaska from the Russians, ...
We could not hear the humpback whales when they blew. They are common in Alaska at this time of year. They feed on krill, fish, and shrimp – my favorites (except for the krill). They weigh 2 tons when they are ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking