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Alaska Summer Trip to Kenai area

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I will be traveling with my family this summer to Homer, Alaska for a wedding. We will have 10 nights and plan to spend the first night in Anchorage (due to arrival time) and the next 3 or 4 nights in Homer. Where to go after that? I am looking at Kenai, Cooper's Landing, Seward, with a last night at Alyeska or in Anchorage as possibilities. We will stick with the Kenai Peninsula area (as opposed to going to Denali which we will save for another trip).

Any suggestions on lodging, activities (including fishing charters), dining. I am probably the only one who will fish and one of the kids is not great on small boats so probably no cruises to glaciers for us. We love nature hikes, animals, museums/local history, art galleries and artisan crafts, and are always on the look out for terrific (or memorable) dining options.

We are good with cabins, B&Bs, hotels, and usually opt for specialty lodging (in other words we often end up at the more expensive options). I am considering a night (or 2?) at Alyeska Resort (can we get to a late morning flight from there or do we really need to stay last night in Anchorage?) Is it worth the stop in summer? Kids and DH might like the tram but I am more inclined to visit the spa.

Here's my preliminary thoughts:
Day 1: arrive Anchorage (walk around town, enjoy a nice relaxing dinner)
Day 2: long drive to Homer, with stops along the way
Day 3: Homer (Wedding)
Day 4: Homer
Day 5: Homer to Seward? or another night in Homer so I can go fishing? or somewhere in between?
Day 6: Seward
Day 7: Seward
Day 8: Seward
Day 9: Alyeska?
Day 10: Alyeska or Anchorage?
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Skip Alyeska as an overnight? Add another town (Kenai, Cooper's Landing) and have fewer days in Seward? Not really sure how to divide the towns. With the kids, it is easier to settle in for a few days rather than lots of hotel changes.

Your suggestions are appreciated.

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