North America · 7 Days · 16 Moments · July 2017

Diane's tour through Alaska

28 July 2017

Back to the ship, disembarked in Seattle and had another view of Mount Rainer as we flew back to Tallahassee.
More scenes on the return from Butchart Gardens.
Victoria, BC has a Chinatown (#1-3).
Butchart Gardens, a National Historic Site of Canada was absolutely beautiful!
The Butchart Gardens is the most prolifically blooming garden I think I've ever seen!
At the Butchart Gardens, summer concerts are performed on the grounds. There was to be a symphony concert later the afternoon we visited.
Bay Street Armory circa WWI in Victoria, BC.
Approximately 2200 hanging baskets throughout Victoria. Victoria is also known for several music and other festivals.
Tallest freestanding totem pole. Totem poles are ordinarily part of the native house construction.
Ogden Point in Victoria, British Columbia is location of First Peoples tribes for 14,000 years. Now 13 municipalities make up the greater Victoria area.

25 July 2017

Photo #4: It was 56 degrees in Juneau when we disembarked. #9: We did not avail ourselves of the rental bikes.

24 July 2017

This afternoon we attended the Latitudes Rewards gathering for Silver, Gold, Platinum and Platinum Plus Reward members with the Norwegian Jewel senior officers in the Spinnaker Lounge.
Monday, July 24, 2017 we had the morning in Ketchikan, Alaska where we walked around downtown, seeing some of the sights from our previous Alaskan cruise.

22 July 2017

12:45 pm local time in Seattle. We're sitting down to lunch on the Norwegian Jewel.
View from our stateroom of the space needle.