Captain's Choice Motel

Address: 108 Second Ave. N, Box 392, Haines, Alaska, 99827, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on 108 Second Ave. N, Box 392, Haines, is near Takshanuk Mountain Trail by 4x4, Hammer Museum, Sheldon Museum and Cultural Center, and Tsirku Canning Co..
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      Travel Blogs from Haines

      The Alaska Marine Highway System - M/V Columbia

      A travel blog entry by govgal on Sep 01, 2014

      6 photos

      ... just a pleasure cruise. Even more impressive is watching them load and seeing them have to back these big semi trucks in! I am so glad I don't have to do that! The lady checking tickets came by and was impressed with the amount of stuff in my vehicle. I told her I was moving, and she mentioned something about no furniture. It's not like I had much to begin with anyway, but I do have a nightstand and book case in this menagerie. The security lady came next and ...

      Day 2 of the Professional Vacation

      A travel blog entry by shannonmac on Aug 19, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... made my way to the dinner buffet! These buffets are deadly; so much food, so many different desserts.
      We walked down to the Vista Lounge to watch the entertainment team perform "Motor City", a show all based on Motown music that our cast has learned to and will be performing on our ship! The only difference is on the Golden Princess they perform 30 minute shows and we do the full 50 minute shows, so some material gets cut out for ...


      A travel blog entry by judykermode on Aug 06, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... Tlingit Indians. The community then deeded 100 acres to the government for an army fort. Alaskan recruits trained here during World War 1 and 2 and it also served as a rest and recreation base for troops. It was called Fort William H Seward or Chilkoot Barracks (at different times). Closing it was a drastic blow to the economy here and it survives on tourists I guess. Didn't go to Skagway which is a 45 min ferry ride away. Today two of our party from ...

      What Would You Do For a Klondike Kate?

      A travel blog entry by kirstenelise on Jul 25, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... the Aussie gang and their entourage in a packed bar to see and sing along with a young lounge singer in who’s all the rage on this ship. He takes requests! I got to play the tambourine for a few of his songs. I was invited to! I didn’t just run up there and grab it.

      I also tried vegemite for the first time. They’d actually packed it with them for brekkies and Cassie had some in her purse. It’s salty and yeasty. Not ...