2. Then, board your cruise ship, head North To Alaska as the old song goes and book every possible shore excursion. You will not regret the additional expense.

3. Last, take a week in Seattle to recover from the cruise, then experience every sight, sound and scenic wonder that the Puget Sound Area has to offer.

As you might well imagine, our Dad assisted us with much of the research and composition for this publication.">
2. Then, board your cruise ship, head North To Alaska as the old song goes and book every possible shore excursion. You will not regret the additional expense.

3. Last, take a week in Seattle to recover from the cruise, then experience every sight, sound and scenic wonder that the Puget Sound Area has to offer.

As you might well imagine, our Dad assisted us with much of the research and composition for this publication.">
2. Then, board your cruise ship, head North To Alaska as the old song goes and book every possible shore excursion. You will not regret the additional expense.

3. Last, take a week in Seattle to recover from the cruise, then experience every sight, sound and scenic wonder that the Puget Sound Area has to offer.

As you might well imagine, our Dad assisted us with much of the research and composition for this publication.">
2. Then, board your cruise ship, head North To Alaska as the old song goes and book every possible shore excursion. You will not regret the additional expense.

3. Last, take a week in Seattle to recover from the cruise, then experience every sight, sound and scenic wonder that the Puget Sound Area has to offer.

As you might well imagine, our Dad assisted us with much of the research and composition for this publication.">

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Many people desire to see the Great American West. Well, that's a mighty big area! They had better reconsider their ambitions. A small corner is a better option. Perhaps the Alaskan Panhandle and Washington State are much more doable.

With high weekend airfares, it is better to depart the East Coast on a weekday, rather than the weekend when Alaskan cruise ships leave the Port of Seattle. Doing so provides the opportunity of spending a couple of additional days exploring the Seattle area with the airfare savings paying for the additional stay. 

This is how one pair of North Carolina teenagers saw much of what there is to see and returned home to share their experiences with family and friends.

1.  Again, take those first two days at the end of the inbound flight to hang back in town and recover from the fearsome beast known as "transcontinental jet lag."

2. Then, board your cruise ship, head North To Alaska as the old song goes and book every possible shore excursion. You will not regret the additional expense.

3. Last, take a week in Seattle to recover from the cruise, then experience every sight, sound and scenic wonder that the Puget Sound Area has to offer.

As you might well imagine, our Dad assisted us with much of the research and composition for this publication.



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