Gustavus Inn at Glacier Bay
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAsur Hotel Islantilla Suites & Spa
Truly a home from home. One of our favourite places to return time and time again. The welcome is always warm. The food is always delicious. There are games and books in the common areas and always someone to play with or talk to if you choose. Rooms are comfortable.
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... case of rain!! And it did rain on our walk back. Like all Alaskan Cruise ports we have visited so far, a lot of their bread and butter comes from the cruise industry. This tiny settlement, which boasts of having more bears than people, is building a very expensive cruise dock, so that next summer they will be able to accommodate one cruise ship every day.
Barbara wanted to see the town, which was a short five dollar bus ride away but I opted to stay at ...
... have been better if the sun was out, but hey ....... nothing to be done about the weather, only my attitude. Surprise find - more glaciers, still interesting Travellers tip - Make sure to bring warm clothes to Alaska even in the summer. I've now worn almost all the winter gear I have been dragging around for the last 3 weeks. Only the thermals to go now - hope I don't have to get them out as ...
... broken up by the glacier's force. The clouds have lifted to reveal blue skies and rays of sunshine that bounce off the glacier ice. Jackets and hats come off as we all begin to sweat under the heat. Dyaln and Julian play on the stacked lounge chairs. Both are eager for Kids Club, which doesn't open until noon. They continually ask for the time amid their play. Annabelles stand on their tip toes, eagerly looking for animals. Kaeleb alternates from a lesson on glaciers to eagerly watching ...
... where all the muscles and nerves were attached. In the woods, we passed a tree that bears had used for scratching, and then saw a permanent bear path. When we saw the video of our trip, Mike, the naturalist, was showing the kids the permanent bear path. He was talking about habits and asked the children what a habit was. Sophie responded, "something you do over and over." Mike asked ...
... whale" and we all went on the deck to try and catch a glimpse. Little did we know that Bartlett Cove was a Vegas buffet for whales. There were 4-5 humpback whales in the cove spouting and diving and feasting. In every direction you could hear them spouting before you could SE them. We paddled across the bay at low tide and along the far coast trying to get close to the whales. We did get close ...