We were up bright and early; we stopped for breakfast at Café 222 before heading to the harbor. It’s a great little spot. Frank had pancakes with a side of sausage and I had peanut butter banana French toast. When I saw it on the menu I just HAD to try it, since I like to make myself peanut butter-banana-honey sandwiches fairly regularly. The French toast was much like my concoction, naturally, I enjoyed it.
We went to the harbor and located SD Harbor Excursions we bought tickets for the 2 hour tour that covered the North and South bay.
We began with the North Bay, it was the first tour of the morning so crowds were sparce, it made the trip very enjoyable.
Sea lions at the bait barge
Point Loma in the distance
Cabrillo National Monument at Point Loma: The most SW point of the US
Coronado Bay Bridge
Naval ship manufacturing plant NASSCO: building USNS Amelia Earhart
USNS Mercy and USNS Bob Hope
San Diego Skyline