Sally'S Bed And Breakfast

465 Whittier Street, Juneau, Alaska, 99801, United States | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Juneau


A travel blog entry by navillus


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 …

Mendenhall Glacier

A travel blog entry by frawldog


I had the opportunity to go to Juneau with a high school friend that went to college there. He knew the place like the back of his hand, although there was not much to do there. We got off the plane and went to Ache Bay to look for a kayak to kayak to the glacier. Kayaks were extremely expensive ($65), so we went to his former college activities center and they do not rent kayaks to anyone that is not currently enrolled in college, so that did us no ...

Welcome to the Capital

A travel blog entry by stuidon


... to do; touch bear hair, bark from the spruce guess what paw print etc. By waiving a chocolate bar in front of the boys they went on a quick .1 mile walk (they were still thinking .1km) to the crest of the hill to view the valley below. We returned back to the township of Juneau where we went shopping. We went looking in a few jewellery stores and was truly amazed at the prices. For example a pendant of Ammolite set in 14k gold with a .025k ...

Day 22: Juneau, AK

A travel blog entry by drat9191


... flagman who informed me that his crew further up the road had done some blasting and that he didn't advise proceeding further north to the actual End of the Road...and then after seeing that I wasn't local, we got to chatting, and when I told him I had just come from the Shrine, he told me that if I wanted to see another picturesque place of worship back toward town, I should check out The Chapel by the Lake, a log chapel located adjacent to the ...

Day 30

A travel blog entry by warwicksoption


... where the Company owns 5 6 seater helicopters. They are the smallest of the companies here, however they seem to be very professional. We were given leggings; big snow boots and a small back pack and then received a safety talk.

The weather was still fine and there was little wind and everyone was commenting on our luck. In our party we had three women and two men, plus the male pilot. Jackie was seated first next to the window and ...


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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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