A Harbor, an Island & a Feast

After tending to some personal business, we headed toward San Diego Harbor for a drive.  We briefly visited the Maritime Museum, consisting of several sailing ships, submarines, and steam-powered boats.  Due south was the USS Midway beside a park which hosted a memorial to Bob Hope (including hilarious audio of Bob sharing jokes with soldiers).

From here we were briefly derailed as we visually attempted to locate the correct route to take us over the Coronado bridge.  Of course, once we pulled out the GPS, we discovered we’d passed it earlier on.  Once over the bridge and on Coronado Island, we drove by Hotel del Coronado (a historic landmark and seaside resort built in 1888 that is supposedly haunted) and found parking along the beach, where we took some photos and video.

All that fresh ocean air stirred up our appetites, so off we went to the highly recommended (for food and views) Island Prime.  We were not disappointed!






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