Waterfall Resort Alaska
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Waterfall Resort Alaska Ketchikan
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One thing I did in Ketchikan, AK was check out the Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show. Their website describes the show as an "amazing competition of skill and strength." When I decided to purchase tickets, I expected something a little silly-something that was primarily a tourist attraction. I expected some big, burly men making a big show out of their strength and skill. I expected several of these men, each competing to be the best in various challenges. This would ...
... I don't think you really need a guide (now that I have been there) for getting to the platform as the trail is extremely obvious, Tim gave a great mini tour of Kechikan and was very informative and entertaining in general. He had a great, upbeat attitude and shared so much info with us that was really glad we went with Island Wings. Also, once on the platform, Tim was always on the lookout for new bears. This was helpful ...
In Port 8:00am - 2:00pm
Weather 62 and partly cloudy
Evening Dress Code: Casual
As soon as the fitness center opened at 6:30am, Scott and I were there to ensure we could use the cardio machines, but it was not crowded at all. After showering, we grabbed a quick breakfast at La Terrazza then met James and Nikki pier side, ready to explore Ketchikan. We made the mistake of wandering into ...
... was spent lazing around with the group on the top deck on pool lounges accompanied by Lava Flows! The temperature was so warm, there were people everywhere in bathers or in the pool. I didn't think id be wearing a singlet in Alaska! Craig entered the Blackjack Competition in the Casino tonight and came 2nd!!! It's funny - he plays quite differently when it's someone else's money - & we all had a great time watching ...
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Spent a bit of time exploring the Creek Street area, which is the oldest and best preserved part of town. It's basically a lot of wooden houses built on stilts over the salmon's river, and during the prohibition they delivered illicit liquor via the river to trap doors in the floor of each of the houses. It was also the red light district up until the 50's when they decided that tourists were worth more to the town, ...