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... reservation, we arrived on time, but got what I thought was a bad table in the back of the dining room, not near a window. I was disappointed by the table. Service was good.
On Day 2, Formal night we had a reservation, we showed up on time and requested a window seat. We got a window seat, but the table was next to the service station, which wasn't ideal and I wasn't not very happy about. BUT, the servers Jessie Boy and Jeffery were awesome!
... on this boat. Please do not leave your bags on unattended seats as other passengers may want to sit there." intoned the polite ladies voice. Yeah, right. Nobody moved a muscle.
Not that it really mattered. Another gloriously sunny day, and this is Alaska. The mv Aurora is certainly not the ms Statendam in any form. There is one lady in the kitchen, and she is mainly taking money and replenishing the coffee whitener. On the bright side, there was a vending machine that sold ...
... Park and one of many glaciers coming from the Harding Ice Field. It is the largest glacier in North America. When explorers were trekking around, they decided that this particular glacier would be the best one to exit on, hence the name. We got an upclose look with a fairly short hike, and then we strapped on snowshoes and carried trekking poles up the steep Harding Ice Field trail. It was hot and we were very anxious to get on the snow to cool down and get ...
... to withstand it.
Despite getting slightly wet and being really cold, we frequently ran up to the top deck to get the best photos. It also involved constantly wiping the camera lens due to the inclement weather. There was plenty of complimentary tea and coffee to keep warm so it was hardly a difficult time.
Even though the cruise took five hours, it didn't seem that long. Before we knew it, it was time to head back to Whittier. Ted and I bolted back to the ...
... then marvelled at several rocks full to bursting with Steller sea lions at Aialik Cape. We sped most of the way back, all talking about the experience of sitting close to a glacier & the wildlife we had seen (especially sea otters in my case!) – I would recommend this trip to anyone & everyone.
Back in Seward, we had to wait for our shuttle back to the site (it was delivering cruise ship ...