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Return to Alaska

Written by Andy and Sandy Conner. Andy and Sandy Conner recently visited Alaska, beginning their trip in Fairbanks, visiting Denali, Anchorage, Girdwood, and cruising from Seward to Vancouver. They initially visited Alaska in February, 2004. They say, “While the sheer size of Alaska is always evident, some things are emphasized by the season such as the […]

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Un-Cruising Alaska from Ketchikan to Juneau

Written by Valerie Tkaczyk. “Once you step on board, you’ll understand immediately. It’s the casual nature. It’s nature itself. It’s the rare encounter. It’s the attentive service, the fellowship, the extraordinary sense of place. It’s all these things and so much more.” The short snippet above was taken from Un-Cruise Adventures’ website and I cannot […]

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Traveling Alaska

Written by Tom Thrun. At Classic Travel our mantra is ‘we will never run out of new places to go”. No matter how well traveled you are, there will always be an exciting, unexplored adventure waiting to be experienced. I am almost ashamed to admit that after over thirty years in the travel business, Joy […]

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A Family Goes to Alaska

Written by Colleen Pero. Looking for a way for the family to get reacquainted? Try travel… it’s perfect! Our family’s adventure started with a Holland America fax offering great deals on Alaskan cruises. Always on the lookout for a travel bargain, I quickly took note of the incredible values being offered for shoulder season travel. Knowing […]

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