The last two ports of our trip were Skagway and Victoria, British Colombia. In Skagway we took a streetcar tour in search of a local villain named Slippery Soapy smith, and then hopped aboard the White Pass Rail for spectacular views of the mountains. In Victoria we strolled the beautiful streets, listened to performers, and enjoyed some local pub fare at a crazy Irish pub.
The second port of our Alaskan cruise was a stop to the adventurous city of Juneau. We rode a cable car high above the city to hike in the mountains, we took a dip in the icy cold waters of a glacier-filled lake, and enjoyed a relaxing afternoon listening to tunes at an authentic Alaskan salmon bake.
I broke our Alaskan cruise down into 3 parts... First stop was Ketchikan, Alaska. It was the 4th of July and this sleepy little fishing village came alive with red, white, and blue to celebrate our country's birthday! Everything about it was so charming.