Articles with tag: alaska

It is 125 miles (200 km) from Anchorage to  Seward . Seward City is located in the south of Alaska on the Kenai Peninsula, on the Pacific coast. You can also get from Anchorage to Seward by train. The railway is called the Alaska Railroad, stretching across Alaska, and passing through...
Anchorage is home to some of the most beautiful scenery in the world, as well as  the  Anchorage Museum , the Aviation Museum and the Portage Glacier.   Anchorage city is located in the southern part of Alaska. It appeared on the map of Alaska due to the...
Anchorage is 248 miles (400 km) from  Denali. The trip takes roughly 5 hours.   A mini-supermarket on the road: A recreational and fishing area. The river is full of salmon: Hotel McKinley is a Chalet Resort: Salmon for dinner. Denali National Park and Preserve is...
Boarding starts from the noon, and today morning can be dedicated to walks on Vancouver streets, that is the third part of my acquaintance with the city philosophy. The weather is very gray and rainy, but it is not a trouble for such enthusiast as I am. Center of Vancouver is not that big and...
Vancouver from the side is partly seen already (tomorrow we will see it from the board of the ship). Now we'll see Vancouver from above. But day was cloudy (it rains very often in this region, as well as on the south-east of Alaska , in a so called handle of a Alaskan pan). But I'd rather...
Vancouver is quite big city, third in the country after Toronto and Montreal and has population nearly 600 thousands citizens (counting all suburbs it reaches 2 mln). The city is situated only in 10 km from the boarder with the USA in the outfall of Freizer river on both banks of a long Burrard...
Finally the outlines of  Skagway  appeared in the distance with cruise ships moored at its berth - today our " Island Princess " met with "Seven Seas Navigator" of the "Regent Seven Seas Cruises" - of the luxury US cruise company based in Florida, which...
This is a real paradise! Here is a bald eagle on a tree: Wherever you look - everything is so interesting! It's taking off... And after admiring the river flowing into the sea and eagles nesting on its banks we continued to travel up the river valley, and soon we found ourselves on...
Though the cruise from Vancouver to Alaska is relatively short, it can be easily divided into three logical parts: the first one is a departure from Vancouver, the passage through its surrounding area, and a day at sea following after this: the second part are three stops in...
The  Princess cruise company  offers great tour opportunities through  Alaska.   The bus tour takes passengers through the central part of Alaska with stopovers at two tourist centers of the “Princess” company, “McKinley Princess Lodge” and “Denali Princess Lodge...

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