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Alaska - Day 2 - Leaving Vancouver
July 2010
After a breakfast and coffee at Tim Hortons, we went back to Canada Place and boarded the ship, Radiance of the Seas. Later that afternoon, we pulled out of Vancouver Harbor and headed up to the Inside Passage.

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DAY 1 | ALASKA INDEX | DAY 3

02 Canadian Flag 04 Carved Fruit 07 Stateroom
Canadian flag as seen from our hotel room
A welcome aboard fruit carving
Our stateroom aboard the Radiance of the Seas
08 Stateroom 09 Pool Area 11 Harbor & Mountains
Our stateroom aboard the Radiance of the Seas
I don't think the fake totem pole above the pool actually qualifies as Alaskan
Vancouver Harbor
13 Mom 14 Vancouver Skyline 15 Tugboat
My mother with Vancouver Harbor in the background
Vancouver Skyline
Tugboat, Island Brave
16 Floatplane 18 Centrum 22 HMCS Nanaimo
The most patriotic floatplane we saw
The Centrum is the 11 deck atrium at the center of the ship
Canadian Navy coastal defense vessel, HMCS Nanaimo
23 Port of Vancouver 25 Mountains 28 Vancouver Skyline
Port of Vancouver
The first snow we saw!
Looking back at Vancouver and Canada Place where we just departed from
29 Lions Gate Bridge 30 North Vancouver 39 Lions Gate Bridge
Heading toward the Lions Gate Bridge
North Vancouver
Passing under the Lions Gate Bridge
44 North Vancouver 46 Mom 49 Helipad & Bridge
North Vancouver
My mother showing off the view from our stateroom
We spent most of our time on the helipad. It was the best view on the ship and it was never crowded.
51 Centrum 52 Elevator Doors 53 Water & Mountains
The Centrum is the 11 deck atrium at the center of the ship
The panoramic elevators were glass on every side.
The first of many spectacular views
55 Water & Mountains 57 Passageway 59 Mom
It's 9:30 pm PDT and the sun is setting
The passageways make the cabins seem big
The background doesn't even look real
60 Michael 63 Mom 64 Centrum
The background doesn't even look real
We spent most of our time on the helipad. It was the best view on the ship and it was never crowded.
My mother wanted this photo because the Centrum was lit in purple
65 Lighted Glass Stairs 68 Stack & Rock Climbing Wall
The glass staircase was a cool feature
The ship's stack lit at night. We never saw anyone using the rock climbing wall.

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