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... celebrations which includes partying all night to enjoy the 4 hours of semi darkness in preparation for the 4 hours of semi daylight when the winter solstice comes around! Back on board the next day was spent sailing through the awe inspiring Glacier Bay National Park. Stunning!! This is comprised of 3.3 million acres of mountains, glaciers, forests and waterways. A Park Ranger was on board to give a commentary as we sailed silently through the park and sat just off the ...
... it was one of our highlights it's where we took the white pass scenic railway,with a 2865 foot elevation,riding in vintage rail cars retracing the original route
to the white pass summit,the views were spectacular,a must for any tourist.
we stayed on the ship when we went through Tracy arm Fjord,we woke up to see chunks of ice
floating everywhere and beautiful glaciers it was stunning
And the last stop was Victoria the capital ...
... running through the glacier. As the water melts, it makes a path through the I've and eventually falls down a big hole. The water is very pure and you can get down a drink it. Our guide showed us the push up method of drinking, where you put a hand each on two rocks and get down as if you are doing a push up and put your mouth in the river and drink. Charlotte tried this and got the latter part correct, in that she got her ...
... God streams down to the water, sprinkling the waves with ripples of gold. Serenity.
There is music playing almost everywhere on the ship. On deck this morning it’s light strings. In all of the hallways there’s 80s music playing all the time. All. The. Time. I can hear it peeking under my door.
Today I’ve scheduled a trip to a glacier and some whale watching. I’m not sure how to dress for this. I’ll probably bring my heavy jacket ...
... calving. For sure we saw stuff fall into the water just not anything really big. We saw a giant blue cube fall into the water, but I didn't even come close to getting a picture.
When the ship turned away from the glacier, we convinced Sarah it was time to give the kids club a try. She was there for about an hour. Enough time for Matt and I to grab a cocktail and watch the ice flow by! ...