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... engaging us in a chat.
As it turns out his grandparents are from Germany and he is planning a trip soon. Krista is having a big smile.
Very nice and friendly people. After they showed us their facility, restrooms to change and where we need to put our stuff.
We start to unpack and decide what we take with us and what goes in the crate. After 30 minutes we've changed clothes and have the bikes ready for the crates.
... with the largest being the Surprise Glacier. You don't realize how big these glaciers are until you are able to compare it to a ship that is nearby. Later we went into the Barry Arm which has three glaciers next to each other: The Coxe, The Barry and The Cascade Glacier. Two of these, The Coxe and The Barry used to come together where the ice and water meet, but now the ice has receded so that they are now 8 miles apart so the effects of global warming ...
... br> 66. Advice on Activities to Book Beforehand
A travel expert can forewarn you of any activities that tend to sell out early so there are no unexpected disappointments when you are there. For example, character dining in Disney sells out months in advance.
67. General Ideas on Where to Go
A travel expert can offer excellent trip advice based on the details of what type of trip you want to take. Internet booking sites tend to ...
... but disappointing when it was over. Overall the weather was extremely good and the scenery unbelievable. Not seeing an orca was a disappointment but we still have an opportunity in Seattle.
After taking a coach from the ship to Anchorage, picking up a rent-a-car and finding the B & B (rather unusual) we had a brief look around the largest city in Alaska. We spent an enjoyable couple of hours at the local Native Heritage Centre, ...
... But before we hooked up the RV, we went a few miles down the road to have a delicious dinner at the Sheep Mountain Lodge. We all had the halibut prepared Cajun style along with salads and sides. The entrees were excellent, but the desserts were even better. Dan and Bill had the three berry crisp a la mode, and Jan and I shared one of the best blueberry pies I've ever tasted (a la mode, of course). Yum!
With bellies full, we ...