A Journal, with Pictures

Anchorage and Home

by on Jul.18, 2011, under Happenings

The Sev­ens Seas Nav­i­ga­tor docked in Seward Alas­ka around six A.M. and the alarm went off at sev­en. We had packed and our bags were gone so we show­ered, dressed and our but­ler Seckesh deliv­ered break­fast right on time. Eight A.M. we dis­em­barked and board­ed a coach for the two and a half hour dri­ve to Anchor­age. I had dri­ven this route last year and had for­got­ten how beau­ti­ful it was, with small glac­i­ers, lakes, streams, then mead­ows and final­ly Cooks inlet. We even saw a moose on what was one of the few over­cast days of the trip. We arrived at the Anchor­age Hilton where our bags had been deliv­ered and hung out in the Regent Cruise Hos­pi­tal­i­ty suite catch­ing up on e‑mail. We then wan­dered around down­town Anchor­age, found a sea food restau­rant for crab lunch, then head­ed back to the hotel. We caught the Regent arranged shut­tle to the air­port checked in ear­ly and wait­ed for our eight P.M. flight back to the low­er forty eight. Our red eye flight left on time giv­ing us a last glimpse of the Alas­ka range, din­ner a lit­tle sleep then land in Detroit. We then were on to Cincin­nati, met our limo and we arrive home in Day­ton almost exact­ly twen­ty four hours after we left the ship, a very long day. Look­ing back it was a great trip see­ing amaz­ing things in lux­u­ri­ous style.

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