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  1. Ok thanks. It looked like there would be more room if the beds were turned 90 degress under the window
  2. I've never ever been charged by a cruise line for one of their brochures.
  3. That was going to be my plan tomorrow
  4. Does anyone know how the beds are oriented in the deck 3 cabins on the Pacific Princess when set up as twins? Are they split against the wall with the portholes between them? Photos would be appreciated
  5. Is it still possible to get Princess to send me a hard copy cruise brochure? On the website the only option seems to be to download a copy. I'm looking for a 2020 Alaska brochure
  6. I did this on the Star Princess back in 2009 just before they changed the fuel regulations and Princess stopped cruising Antarctica for many years. Sure glad I did it when I had the chance.,
  7. Why don't they consider the TransAtlanic the inaugural cruise? Do they don anything special on the "official" one?
  8. The Alaska museum is worth a visit, it was re modeled a couple of years ago and has some interesting exhibits. Just a short walk downtown
  9. Don't worry you will be stopping on the way up when you see the views. lol Don't worry you will have lots of time to stop on the way back also
  10. There is a visitors building right on the main dock by the rainfall gauge that has numerous vendors offering tours. Also a few booths as you walk on the main street facing the waterfront
  11. I've done this many times and sure would not call it dangerous. Basically very little traffic, it's not like driving on a freeway at home. Most of the time you will probably only be doing 45 mph with no other cars in sight
  12. I've gone with Chilkoot several times and always had a great day/. Take the longest tour available, I love the Lake Bennett option. The farther you go the better the scenery gets and the smaller group size makes a better tour
  13. I've been getting them for quite a while. Hopefully they are considering my opinions 🙂
  14. I would also suggest the Kenai Fjords tour, the longer the better. The scenery is spectacular. Exit Glacier is a nice option with a chance to get close to a glacier. I've never been to the Sea Life center but it seems very popular.
  15. Yes I always arrive 10:30-11 am and get right in. Boarding has started some where around 11-30 or 12 noon.
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