Beachside Villa Luxury Inn
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The morning on the boat was very foggy, we saw nothing of Tracy's Arms! However I saw a whale from the balcony again, this time plunging down! As we arrived in Juneau, the fog lifted and the sun was piercing through the clouds. We could see the wall of fog we had just come out of! Around 1pm, we docked in Juneau. We then took a bus to Mendenhall glacier. It was a very impressive site. ...
... soooo glad to have booked this excursion by ourselves because the tour operators Disney use cancelled their flights due to a power outage they had earlier that morning! Whew... We got snow shoes and safety instructions and off we went. I was a little nervous for Eugene and Maya never having flown in a helicopter before but they were fine! :)) We landed at the dog sled camp and met our musher, James. The crew stay there ...
... excellent skipper. Bob, Tere, Connor, and myself headed south down the Gastineau Channel to anchor out for a night of drinking and crab eating. We pulled the pots and they were stuffed with huge Alaskan dungeones crab. As the water was heating up to cook the crab we watched the cruise ships leave the harbor and start heading our direction down the channel. The last cruise ship out was the biggest. Man did that thing look cool! It was pitch black out and this thing was lit ...
... icon to see the video).. I shopped for post cards and artistic note cards, while Dave looked at the model kits and spoke with the store manager.
Next we spotted a photography store – Wilderness Peaks. Dave couldn't resist a large photo of a polar bear lounging called "Yoga Bear." Note to Sue: Don't stop in art shops ...
We all slept well on the most comfortable beds we have had for our whole trip. It is. Ice to be in an apartment versus an RV or a ferry bunk.
Since the weather was gray and drizzly we went for some inside activities. First, we walked one block to the Capital Building, Alaska's state capital. The building, originally a courthouse had a great free tour. In additional to some great old photos it was interesting to see firsthand how participatory ...