Juneau, Alaska

Alaska,known as the last frontier state, has been settled for quite some time, but
there is still plenty to discover—especially in the capital city of Juneau,
where glaciers, wildlife, gold, and mountains are all waiting for exploration.
Located in the panhandle of Southeast Alaska, the city is home to just over
30,000 residents year-round, but it sees nearly one million visitors every
summer, when stores and museums are open, tour companies are operating, and the
weather is at its best. Although it’s not technically an island, Juneau is
isolated from the rest of Alaska’s mainland by waterways and rugged terrain,
making it accessible only by plane, cruise ships, and local ferries, not cars. Read more….

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