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  1. Thank you for the information. I currently used credit card points and booked the LandSeas f-hour tour but may cancel and do our own thing. I'll research storing bags at the pier and the SkyTrain.
  2. I appreciate all of the ideas. The lodge sounds nice but we would have to go on our first day there. I'll keep it in mind as we want to go to a gold dredge and Santa Clause House.
  3. Can anyone recommend a tour from the Canada Place cruise terminal that drops off at the airport? Our flight is at 5:15. We are currently considering BC Passport but would like to have a another option for consideration. Thanks!
  4. Thanks for the info. We are considering mostly driving but may take the train from Anchorage to Seward. We have the millage chart and and train schedules. Just looking to see if someone has any pointers or suggestions. We don't want to do anything to crazy are basically going for the scenery. I have not heard about the park connection bus and it sounds like a great option. You are right about rental cars. We are paying $170 just for Skagway alone. We might skip Denali as we did hear the road most likely won't be open this year. Our cruise tour has the middle length ride.
  5. I posted this on the Alaska board but also wanted to get input from the HAL experts. My wife and I currently have cruise tour D5L booked on HAL departing on 6/10/20 from Fairbanks. We arrive in Fairbanks on the morning of 6/8/20. We are open to just about anything as long as we can make the ship in time from Seward on 6/14/2020. We have a hotel and rental car the first two days in Fairbanks and nothing else besides the cruise tour. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated. We can always keep what we have it necessary.
  6. My wife and I currently have cruise tour D5L booked on HAL departing on 6/10/20 from Fairbanks. We arrive in Fairbanks on the morning of 6/8/20. We are open to just about anything as long as we can make the ship in time from Seward on 6/14/2020. We have a hotel and rental car the first two days in Fairbanks and nothing else besides the cruise tour. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated. We can always keep what we have it necessary.
  7. I did not know HAL offered a laundry deal now. This will be a great deal for us as we are doing a land tour first along with extra nights in Seattle and Fairbanks. I was not sure what ourlaundry plan was going to be. This will be well worth the $49 and we will have a big pile for them as soon as they except it. My guess is sometime on Monday as we embark on Sunday.
  8. Are the side roads not paved? Is that what you need the Jeep for?
  9. I just found out about Dyea Dave and the reviews are amazing. The idea of taking the tour and the train back sounds fun. My plan is to have something booked by April for the June trip. I don't think the train or rental cars will all sold by then.
  10. How is the road? Is it wide or narrow? Is it difficult to drive? Avis is $175 with fees and Green Jeep is $375. The jeep does come with an audio guide and lunch. I'm not sure if we will do any off roading though to justify the extra expense with the Jeep except that it is cool!
  11. This is a great video, thank you for the information. It sounds like the train is the way to go but I'm still thinking about rental car.
  12. Thanks for the information, I think we will keep the car rental for the time being.
  13. I appreciate the replys. I reserved a car just in case but may take the train/bus tour offered by Chilkoot Charters.
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