Our cruise started on a cool Friday afternoon in Vancouver. After being greeted with a glass of champagne and a smile, we headed for our stateroom, a perfectly designed space with lots of drawers and cubby holes.
Around 4:00 pm, we set sail for Alaska.
After a day cruising the high seas we docked in Ketchikan.
Next – A quad ride through Icy Straits.
Nothing like a summer day in Juneau!
Breathtaking ride through the Yukon Trail in Skagway.
A cold martini to top off an strenuous day of sightseeing and walking.
And my favorite day – cruising through the Hubbard Glaciers.
A beautiful night on the ship.
The captain, cruise director and every member of the crew aboard the Millennium X were all fabulous. Happy to point out directions to the bars and the spas. And continually offering a squirt of hand sanitizer with a wish for a good day.
On the train way to Anchorage
Of course, the very best part of the cruise was traveling with friends and family.
The trip ended way too soon and now I have an important decision to make. Should I pick up this
and start cleaning?
Or start packing for another trip?
If you ever get the chance to take an Alaskan cruise. Do it!
I leave you with this final scene: Alaska – The Last Frontier