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... of the Dancing with the Stars show. We sat eating ice-cream watching the sun 'set’ at about 11 pm. Our luggage was organized in three groups: 1)hand luggage for the bus to Denali, 2) small case with tag ‘Meet me in Denali’ and 3) a big case ‘Meet me in Anchorage’, and then it was off to bed in the twilight.
Every night our cabin stewards left a towel folded into some Alaskan creature with a pair of eyes – with two chocolates thrown in. Such a cute ...
... of the more interesting spots in Seward.
We ate one of our Halibut filets that we'd kept out of the batch for dinner. It's still the best fish ever! It was a nice cozy evening inside our motor home for the evening.
Sunday, August 17th, Seward AK - Day 41 of the Caravan
8:00AM leave time to drive to the Alaska SeaLife Center in downtown Seward.
We were delighted with the opportunity to meet ...
... halibut fishing, and after setting the new lines and waiting, we were doing nothing but sun bathing as the fish refused to bite. On the radio, we were listening to the tour boat captains talk to each other about the porpoises and humpbacks they were spotting out in the Gulf of Alaska. We were positioned just ibside of where the bay meets the open Gulf, and did indeed see the humpback whales. We turned around and went back to the previous fishing spot attempting ...
... of the day, Exit Glacier. What a gorgeous short drive from our lodge. Sometimes it is hard to believe that this place...its beauty... is real. When we arrived in the parking lot, we put our hiking days packs on and headed for the trail popular to tourist. It's an easy 1.5 mile hike to the base of the glacier. Oh! As you enter the park, there are signs with years that mark the points that the glacier used to be at. It's very interesting, but so ...
... Common Murre (black & white bird that stands like a penguin), sea gulls, etc.
Our trip took us past several waterfalls and small glaciers up high on the mountain. The two big tidewater glaciers on the route are Holgate Glacier (1/2 mile across) and Alalik glacier (1 mile across). You could really see the blue in the glacier since it was cloudy. We were fortunate enough to see some of the ...
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- Spectacular View
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- Great off-season value
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- Very Unhappy with the hotel
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