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This is a must visit on any stop in Ketchikan, even if only for a few minutes. It really is as pretty in real life as it is in the pictures, especially if you get there before the crowds. Ketchikan can have multiple ships in...More
Walking along a "street" that actually has a creek running through was very different. The shops and history of this street were fun, but seeing Salmon swimming upstream to spawn and Seals and Gulls following was amazing. I loved the eccentricity of this street.
We made a short visit to picturesque Creek Street which was only steps from where our cruise ship docked. It gives an insight into days gone by when ladies of the night were the local entertainment. Both the ladies and their clients were gold diggers....More
This is a pretty interesting stop along the Alaska cruise route. Yes it is very touristy and most of the buildings along this stretch have been refurbished and is mainly geared towards souvenir purchases. The buildings are stretched along the creek and you can see...More
Creek Street and Ketchikan Creek is an interesting area. Creek Street is the old red light district that is now mainly souvenir shops, restaurants and a few craft shops. The houses are on stilts over the creek and it all looks very nice. We even...More
As we couldn't find any titles on the two main waterfront streets and vicinity, I thought it will be useful to write some impressions.
It's about half a mile distance from the Aurora sport fishing to the Great Alaskan Lumberjack place, great for walking and...More
We were disappointed that the end of season meant museums not open on a Saturday. We could do without the Creek Street shopping (some were open) but would have really enjoyed to see the totems and additional cultural opportunities.
We really enjoyed wandering around this area, which used to be the red light district but is now predominantly restaurants and shops. Dolly's House, the last brothel to close, is now a museum - we didn't go in but understand it ii quite entertaining!