Waterfall Resort Alaska

Address: 320 Dock St., Suite 222, Box 6440, Ketchikan, Alaska, 99901, United States | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort, located on 320 Dock St., Suite 222, Box 6440, Ketchikan, is near Bering Sea Crab Fishermen's Tour, Glacier Bay, Tongass Historical Museum, and Revillagigedo Island.
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      A travel blog entry by ozray on Sep 03, 2014

      1 comment, 17 photos

      ... already, but when he said yes I figured we may as well get on. Well we went about 25 metres under a tunnel and saw our ship straight after but the bus kept going to the end of town before returning back to the port, so we had traveled about 15 minutes on the bus when we could have just crossed the road. I had a good laugh about that and wondered why the bus driver didn't just tell us to cross the road.

      We got back to the ship with 40 ...


      A travel blog entry by hotta3 on Aug 23, 2014

      4 photos

      ... cool landing on the lake and walking around in the only rain we saw the whole trip. We drank from the lake. Not as good as Aquafina. Jo Ann couldn't get herself to do it. Michelle had a lot of knowledge. She told us about the super remote cabin that can be rented for cheap. But it might cost a lot to get all the supplies there to last a week. Chad really wants to do it. Jo Ann, not at all. Dinner at Palo was very good. ...

      Ketch Me If You Kan

      A travel blog entry by kirstenelise on Jul 23, 2014

      7 photos

      ... lineage. Because there was no written language among the Tlingit, the significance of each pole was introduced when it was raised, and the story was passed down orally. For this reason, much of the information about the collected poles has been lost.

      With the introduction of western culture, the style of the poles changed and often included images from Russian and other European cultures. Also, totem poles were traditionally used to ...

      Our trip home

      A travel blog entry by martyandbarbara on Jul 22, 2014


      ... symbols to us - one covered area had a curved doorway on one side and a a square one on the other - the curved door represnted the heavens and the square one the earth- it was open on all the sides and looked over a pond - when you stood there you were suppossed to feel you were between heaven and earth and in perfect balance - she told us that it was a very popular place for Chinese weddings and they had many of them there. We had planned to ...

      Ana bears via float plane

      A travel blog entry by mollanjake on Jul 09, 2014

      16 photos

      ... wet. Jeff told us when he would be back to pick us up and told us a good time to leave the viewing platform.

      Now the fun part: you land at the bay and have ...