OK, here's the way it is. We've booked and paid for the cruise and we are down to the port decisions. The budget doesn't allow much for excursions but that has never stopped us before. In our 4 previous cruises we have never gone on an excursion. All four previous cruises were Caribbean and we just wandered to beaches or to historical sites around town. We are pretty easily amused and are not shoppers. I have pretty much recovered from an accident and no longer use a cane. I can walk about 2 miles without stopping but multiple hills and inclines are not my friend! Now, the big question - in which of the following ports would we be able to amuse ourselves adequately by just getting off the ship and walking someplace? Are there local museums and historic sites near by? We will be traveling on the Star Princess, in June, to the ports of: Ketchikan, Juneau, Skagway and Victoria, British Columbia. We appreciate your input on this matter.