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... up. One entertains us with three breaches, two where he came completely out of the water. Dall Porpoise entertain us with their antics near the boat. We have a great tiem on the cruise but are ready when we hit the land. Carolyn Walt and I walk the dock in an effort to find a fishing charter. Walt leaves and Cw and I find a vessel called the Prowler that can take only two of us. We book the half day Silver Salmon fishing. Fishing has been really slow due to the high seas ...
... the curtain while Sarah was showering. We had to call for extra towels to clean-up the water. The towels were delivered very quickly!
Our cabin steward, Randy, was wonderful. We boarded the ship around 3-4pm. we quickly met him and Sarah asked for the Pullman to be brought down. While we out exploring the ship he did it. Before we went to dinner, Sarah wrote Randy a note and asked for towel animals, so Randy made one every night! The first one was ...
... s favorite excursion. We stayed at the Holiday Inn Express in Seward. The luggage went directly from the train to the hotel which was nice. Using points, I had reserved a harbor side balcony room. We used the balcony a lot for the two nights we were there. I loved watching the boats and people come in with their catches. We also got a good view of the 4th of July Fireworks. Both nights we ate at Chinook’s which is right next door as wonderful, wonderful seafood served ...
... lines waiting to board as it got later The millennium is almost 1000 feet, holds 2045 passengers, has and indoor and outdoor pool, large broadway style theatre and multiple bars and restaurants, plus a casino and health spa. Very nice ship, and we have a window in our cabin so very pleased We have the late, 8:30 dinner seating. Our table mates are two guys from Greece. Food is above expectations. You can eat and or drink yourself into a stupor on this all inclusive ...
... One of our options yesterday was to stay on the "promenade" site, a Parks Service site with fantastic views but no electrics etc, which we presumed would be full - we saw that we could have easily stayed on the waterfront, for half the cost of our site – grrrr – but we liked where we were, and at least I got some washing done.
We checked in for the glacier trip, and as it was a nice day, so ...
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