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Island Princess Review

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Our three-part adventure to Vancouver and Alaska

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Alaskanb
First Time Cruiser • Age 70s

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Sail Date: May 2012
Cabin: Mini-Suite with Balcony

Island Princess: Voyage of the Glaciers. Northbound. May 23-30, 2012.

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Our trip began with a cousin's reunion and two very rainy days in Vancouver. We stayed with my cousin who lives near Science World and Chinatown. From there we walked to Granville Island then returned by Sea Bus. The Japanese Udon bowl from the food court area on Granville was very welcome on such a wet day! The next day we explored the Anthropology Museum at the University of British Columbia, the nearby and exquisite Nitobe Memorial Garden, and the Van Dusen Gardens. Evening was dinner at Carderos in Coal Harbor followed by a drive along the Stanley Park sea wall.

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Mini-Suite with Balcony

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D709

Lovely minisuite. Lots of vibration when in port or ship is moving quickly.

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