My husband and I are taking our first trip to Alaska from May 17 - June 1. We are in our early 50's and mid 60's. These dates cannot be changed because it begins as a paid business trip for my husband. We must begin in Anchorage for minimum of 4 nights since that is where his seminar is. After that I would like to go elsewhere and I am deciding between Fairbanks or Juneau. I will be doing sightseeing by myself for the first four days in Anchorage and my husband doesn't really care that he is missing out. So, I would like the remainder of the trip to be of interest to him. Neither one of us are huge outdoors people so we are not into hiking, rafting, fishing, or such activities, however, we enjoy walking tours and beautiful nature scenes. I enjoy sightseeing and shopping and my husband will tag along. We both love fresh seafood and good restaurants, mainly restaurants that the locals enjoy. I would like to see animals and glaciers. We are not opposed to renting a car or we can do without depending where we go or do. I have been reading travel guides and internet information but am really uncertain which place offers more. Please, any and all information would be greatly appreciated! Thanks.