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... if love and gratitude and inevitable tears. Kale salad with bacon and the best bread of the week. Shrimp over cous cous. Filets with our groups own caught crab legs, Yukon mashed potatoes, and asparagus. Seriously couldn't be a more perfect entree. Chocolate mint mouse with a little sponge cake and Margaret's chocolate birthday cake. Lucy went to bed and then everyone was mostly downstairs but kind of running around a bit too, going down to the beach, etc. the girls tried to make ...
... of Caymus cabernet from the connoisseur wine list. Our next course was a lobster salad for me and caviar for Scott, followed by the lobster soup for me and a broth soup with camembert for Scott. I then had the gold leaf risotto and Scott had some type of pasta that I don't remember. The risotto was the best risotto I've ever had!
For our main entrees, I chose the lamb and Scott had the lobster thermidor. As soon as our ...
... Russia and the US, is also the place for the Sitka Performing Arts Festival in the summer. Of course we happened to be in Sitka on the two days of the week without a performance. The Ocean Science Sound museum was more of a touch and feel aquarium for children but interesting. We noted that the former Fine Arts Campus had been converted to a summer arts camp for children. We also went to the Sitka National Historical Park and looked at their film ...
... Department can keep track of them and know where they are.
Another interesting tidbit – Alaska state law requires all children 13 or younger to wear a life jacket when on a dock or boat. Children’s life jackets are found at the head of each pier and the law seems to be always followed.
Sitka has been a highlight for us. Interesting history, wonderful museum and only 2 cruise ...
... outbound that it does inbound, so it’s a little tricky. Most things are in walking distance, but it’s pretty long walking; from our B&B to town, for example is more than a mile, and then from there to the Raptor place is another mile and a half or so. By the time you go to an attraction, then back into town for lunch, then out to another attraction, then back into town for dinner, then back to the hotel, you’ve put in a lot of miles. The ...
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