- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... it starts again with 10,000 plus new people crowding the streets.
Had a very good fish dinner (Halibut) down by the docks and saw a couple of Bald Eagles circling above on our walk back to our lovely hotel. ...
Juneau June 14th, the temps went into the mid 70's sunny all day our first complete sunny day since arriving in Alaska. My favorite weather girl decided today would be the day to take our tour to the Tracy-Arm-Fords. Kimmie has been monitoring the weather and we made reservations 2 days ago and the weather held up nice, great job Kimmie. Most individuals come to Juneau to go to Glacier Bay National Park, however one thing we have found is most tours here run around ...
... to wait 15 minutes for the people to clear to get a photo of the falls. We walked past a large and steep land slip area on the way in that had rocks and gravel rolling down it. A bit un-nerving. We walked back into town along the river and stopped at the local library to check and send messages on the free wifi before walking back down Broadway and back to the ship (bypassing all the tourist shops). During the gold rush a railway was built from the town to Whitehorse ...
... in the wildlife viewing as well. Not long on the road, Sunny in the lead, and Denis and I spot a brown bear on the west side of the highway on a bit of a hill in the sun, thoroughly enjoying his dandelions, no doubt very tender and fresh this early in the season. He did not seem the least bothered by the fact we stopped and watched him for a while and took a couple pictures and a wee video-- a brown bear this time!
Our next stop ...
... a laugh and chatting about our biking
adventures around the world.
Finally at about 6pm I had to get going and so headed down the main street
of beautiful Skagway. This town is full of old buildings and loads of history
from the gold rush days. Apart from the old buildings it is really the Snow
Pass Railway and cruise ships which keep this town alive. On most summer days
there is at least 3 cruise ships that arrive here daily, however on days such
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108 Second Ave. N, Box 392, Haines | 2 star motelfrom $176