The Royal Caribbean train is the best. With the glass top you can see very good out. Sit on the left side of train to see all the water ways as you go down Make sure you don't eat a lot before you get on the train, the food is so good. Listen to your tour guide they know what to order. The prim rib is great. If you want to get served first sit at back of car. They take those people first seating. I must say the people Royal Caribbean, employ are really friendly sweet people. They are helpful and gear you to the right restaurants and even tell you what to order if you ask. Your tour guide starts with you and stays with you the entire post trip. While we were in Alaska we did not see the northern lights because it was foggy. We wanted to see Mt. McKinley, but it was also foggy. The last day when our tour guide said good bye and put us on the bus that took us too the airport without him. Our new bus driver asked if we had seen Mt.McKinley and we told him no. He told us he was going to fix that. He drove into a empty parking lot and stopped the bus and told us to get out and look across the way and there stood Mt. McKinley.
There you go every person who works for this cruise line is in the people business. He didn't have to do that, but he did and we did get pictures. It was far away but we saw it. Were going to cruise the Allure next year with them and we can't wait to see that Hugh ship and be treated like royalty again.