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Alaska Cruise and Land Tours

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My wife and I are going to celebrate our 40th wedding anniversary by taking a cruise and land tour of Alaska. The thing we're most interested in Alaska is gold panning and mining experiences. But my biggest question is about avoiding flying on one of the legs. I don't fly since having a really bad experience on a flight, and need to find an alternative to the return leg, or to get there for a cruise back without having to fly there. HAL had no information, all they do is book cruises, all other travel is on the customer. I can understand their situation, they offer a flight for the return trip, and that is fair. Like I said, I do not fly and do not want to abort the trip because of my personal issues. Does anyone have any ideas as to how we can do this? Thanks!

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