We had a non-stop flight to Anchorage, Alaska. After checking into our hotel, we took a city bus to downtown Anchorage and shopped around for a few hours. On our way back we stopped to eat at a Subway... it was $6 for a footlong instead of $5 that we were used to. Amanda found it fascinating.
We woke up in the morning really early to go catch the train to bring us to Seward. We took the Alaskan Railroad and it was beautiful! We were able to look above us through the glass ceiling on the train, too!
Our cruise started in Seward, Alaska and ended in Vancouver, Can. There was also an option to travel back up to Alaska and fly back home from there.
When we got off the cruise ship, we went through customs at the port. We got on a coach bus and drove a few hours from Vancouver, Can. to Seattle, Wash. Our bus door was taped shut so they could tell we already went through customs at the port; it was nice that we didn't have to go through customs at the border. Once we reached Seattle, we looked around the airport until we were able to check in. Even though we had to wait at the airport for a few hours, it was worth it because if we had an earlier flight, we probably would have missed it.
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