Travelodge Juneau Airport
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... interesting, then the ultimate was just around the corner, and there it was, many miles away, a massive massive glacier such a wonderful sight to see nature at its best and a perfect day weather wise as well. This part is called the Tracey Arm Fiord, an amazing 3 hours.
Lunch was with Gail and Grant and again very nice 3 course meal, after lunch Pamela and I boarded a 22 seater bus for 20 mins trip to a big marine ...
Stop what you're doing right now, grab a pencil, and add "Visit Tracy Arm Fjord" to your bucket list. You'll thank me later. Oh my goodness, my eyes are still recovering from the beauty of this place! Pictures will not do it justice; you have to come here! Get to work on it, I'm not even kidding. We got on a 56' boat in Juneau for our tour with Adventure Bound. Check them out at adventureboundalaska.com. The tour was 10 hrs from start to finish, and we bought lunch and ...
Wow - no shorts today! I think the weather was coming straight off the glaciers! It was freezing! We are now in the capital of Alaska called Juneau - so unbelievable, it's only accessible by car half the year - the rest of the time it's iced in! I thought it was today! We walked around the town today, and took a cable car (gondola) to the top of Mt Roberts, which is ...
Juneau Mt Roberts. I hear it rains frequently in Juneau, quite frequently. However, we were treated with an absolutely spectacular day today. When the weather is good in Juneau, the town sparkles. We are camping at Mendenhall Lake with the massive glacier as our back drop, complete with floating icebergs. Today we went on a brilliant hike up Mt …
... The kayak seemed to be the best option since I had an infected toe nail removed from my foot two days prior to coming here. The doctor said things would be fine after one day, but I could still barely walk. A kayak would have cut about 3 hours off the hike round trip if we could have got the kayak to Mendenhall Lake and kayaked across the bay, then hiked an hour or less to the ice cave. I saw pictures of the ice cave and knew I could not miss it. We ...