Romantic Ideas for Couples; Alaska, Cruise Port Skagway Excursion Part #2 [Boomer and Senior Travel TV #44]

Skagway Alaska Part #2 Things to see and do in Skagway; Red Onion Saloon, drift wood visitor center, White Pass Yukon Railroad Station, Days of ’98’ show about Soapy Smith, train museum and Souvenir shopping. There are plenty of food places. We found a ice cream shop and the fudge shop.

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Cruises for Couples , Travel to Alaska Cruise in Glacier Bay [Boomer and Senior Travel TV #42]

The Glaciers in Glacier Bay are receding. Now is the time to go on an Alaska Cruise. In this Episode of Boomer & Senior Travel TV we visit the Margarie Glacier and the Lamplugh Glacier. See what type of clothing to wear and learn what makes blue or brown ice.

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Anniversary Ideas for Couples, Formal Dining; Quick Travel Tip #30b by Debbie Gerber

Have you ever wondered how to use all the dinnerware that is set for a formal dinner. In this video travel show I teach my granddaughter what all the dinnerware is for and how to know when to use what. We practiced this before I left on a cruise so we could teach you how to know what fork to use first.

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Alaska Cruise on Sale

Day Port/Date Arrive Depart
1 Anchorage (Whittier), Alaska
Wednesday, July 11
8:30 PM
2 Hubbard Glacier, Alaska (Scenic Cruising)
Thursday, July 12
3:00 PM 8:00 PM
3 Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska (Scenic Cruising)
Friday, July 13
10:30 AM 8:30 PM
4 Skagway, Alaska
Saturday, July 14
7:00 AM 8:30 PM
5 Juneau, Alaska
Sunday, July 15
6:30AM 4:00 PM
6 Ketchikan, Alaska
Monday, July 16
10:00 AM 6:00 PM
7 At Sea
Tuesday, July 17
8 Vancouver, British Columbia
Wednesday, July 18


Price : 699$ / Per Person

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Cruise Tours, Independent Tours or You Can’t Leave the Ship Tours

One of the considerations for the cruise ports of call that are stops on any cruise that you take is how you are going to see or enjoy that cruise destination. Here are some tips that will help you. The first step is to ask yourself these questions:

Do you want to get off the ship or stay on and enjoy the food and amenities? You may have this dilemma as there is so much to enjoy on the ship or you might have a fear of leaving the ship in a foreign country either way that’s OK. Stay and enjoy what the ship has to offer you. You don’t have to get off the ship. Do you want to tour attractions? Do you want to take an escorted group tour, private tour or to tour independently on your own? Is shopping on your list of must dos? You may be an independent seasoned traveler who likes to get off the ship and do your own thing, go shopping, walk around the area, grab a taxi or purchase a tour at the dock. Do you like active adventure tours, history and culture, limited walking, or beach time?