Chapitre 4: Sleepy Seals in San Diego, CA

The sun was glistening off the Pacifique; the wind was giving me a new hairstyle.

The Hornblower touriste boat was bobbing with the waves.

I admired the construction of the San Diego-Coronado bridge as we bobbed up and down underneath it and then turned around.

And then I saw them: Seals.

The seals didn’t do anything but lay around. “Hey, I wanna relax under the sun, too!” They didn’t care what I wanted.

5 Raisons to Take a Boat Tour in San Diego:

  • Seals. They’re big, lazy, and fishy but they’re adorable!

They can be seen from afar, on the boat, which is great for those who préfère not to share the beach with these créatures.

  • The vue magnifique of San Diego from the Océan Pacifique.

Look! There’s a house at the top of the hôtel.

  • The vue and the seals can be enjoyed from inside the cabin on colder days. 

There’s no better way to enjoy the océan and the city on a cold day than inside a nice, cozy boat cabin.

  • The explication of San Diego’s histoire from the océan. Who knew that San Diego was the first city in California where the Europeans settled? Thus, giving it the name: The Birth Place of California.
  • A turn driving the boat. Ok, so you don’t really get to drive the boat, but you can enjoy the vue from the wheel and have your photo taken.

Yep, I’m driving the boat…

San Diego is a cute city with great weather nearly all year round!

It sure beats Chicago’s humidité during the summer months. ♦


“The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.” Saint Augustine.

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