We left Homer on our way to Seward. We allotted around 5 hours for the drive. It was one of those sunny, good driving days!
Something I liked about driving in Alaska: road side coffee shops!!! My love of caffeine was well satiated.
On the way into Seward, stop at the Trail Lakes Fish Hatchery - we were greeted by a knowledgeable guide who upon learning of my husband's experience in the water sector spent time describing how they treat the water and the challenges of doing so.
Seward was a fun place to visit - cute shops, scenery, and the Alaska SeaLife Center.
For my husband's birthday, he wanted to go salmon fishing. I booked us a room at the Harbor 360 and a charter fishing day trip with ProFish. The hotel, served a continental breakfast, was clean and perfectly located within walking distance to the marina where we caught the boat. After fishing, we enjoyed a birthday meal at The Cookery. An incredible locally owned place that provided a wonderful experience and exquisite food.
When driving through town, check out the library - beautiful iridescent exterior.