Trail Lake Lodge
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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What a miserable day today! It started raining overnight and has kept up all day. I was very lucky to be going on a cruise on Prince William Sound but ended up watching glaciers in the drizzle.
Jenny went shopping today and I went cruising. I caught a tour bus out to Whittier where the cruise started. The bus driver was full of information, most of which I can't remember. He talked non- stop for tone hour drive and then non-stop for the hour back. ...
... balcony I went grabbing my camera and it was pouring with rain. So on goes the raincoat over my PJs and I was ready for action .... Along with most of the other other guests on the starboard side. Well we scanned the water, through the fog and most and rain and no whales were showing theirselves. I'm sure it was a ploy to get me out of bed.
We then travelled the rest of the day, reaching College Fjord about 3pm. As we sailed done the bay there were glaciers on each ...
Today, we are rafting down the Kenai river to a boat in only back country lodge for a few days. We are disappointed to find that we are not paddling, but are just passengers on the rafts. We might not be experts but it would have been good to pick up a paddle. Still the scenery is gorgeous and with our wet weather gear, we keep nice and dry. There are a couple of rapids and Ethan lies on the bow to get maximum ...
Today started off bright and early with another great breakfast of pancakes and bacon. We then left to go on a glacier boat ride. On the way we travelled through a tunnel that was 2 and a half miles long through a mountain! The town where the cruise is was a small fishing village named Wittier. It is a small stereotypical Alaskan village near the water. The cruise ...
... Then we got to Whittier! I've seen it variously described as unique, dystopian and bizzarre, and would agree with them all. After the Japanese attack on the Aleutian Islands during WWII, the US needed somewhere for a secret military installation. It had to be "an ice-free port,as inaccessible as possible, lost in visibility-reducing cloud and surrounded by impassable mountains". Whittier fit the bill. ...