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Fodors Alaska 2001

Completely Updated Every Year, Color Photos and Pull-Out Map, Smart Travel Tips from A to Z (Fodors Gold Guides)

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        PublishersFodors
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        LC ClassificationsJanuary 9, 2001
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        Paginationxvi, 117 p. :
        Number of Pages55
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        ISBN 100679005803
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We thought that Glacier Bay was beautiful and saw many humpback whales on the way out, but College Fiord's glaciers were, I thought, more spectacular. We've compiled a helpful list of guidebooks that complement Fodor's Alaska 2001. Traveling inland is very intensive and may be stressful or boring to quite a few travelers.

And perhaps you can give me a few tips on planning a visit to Australia. Good to know the weather in June can be better than August. Most owners spend notice to their lightning fixtures although other neglects this selected part of the house.

I chose "Fodor's 2001 Alaska" as a guidebook and was so impressed, I purchased two more of them for my cruise travelmates. I was planning a cruise to Alaska.

Aussies planning trip to Canada/ Alaska June 2001 Any tips???? ?

Boom and bust periods followed major events: an influx of military bases during World War II; a massive buildup of Arctic missile-warning stations during the Cold War; reconstruction following the devastating Good Friday earthquake of 1964; and in the late 1960s the biggest jackpot of all—the discovery of oil at Prudhoe Bay and the construction of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline.

We went Alaska this year the first week in July on Princess Fodors Alaska 2001 nice. The city got its start with the construction of the federally built Alaska Railroad, completed in 1917, and traces of its railroad heritage remain today.

But I would go out of my way to spend at least 3 days on Vancouver Island. The Princess land tour basically the same as Holland America's from Seward to Fairbanks was somewhat boring, with many hours of train and bus travel and not much time independent of the tour group.

Aussies planning trip to Canada/ Alaska June 2001 Any tips???? ?

The third member of our party me slept on a rool away bed. We would also like to take a cruise to Alaska to do the inside passage. But thatis because of its trail network. Glacier Bay, although beautiful, is highly over-rated.