The Embarcadero and Waterfront—San Diego
It’s a sensory overload that is so good it’s wrong. The sights, sounds, and smells, all intensified by the sunshine, cool breeze and undeniable energy of so many people. It’s especially noticeable in the area of the Maritime Museum. People are clamoring to board the historic vessels….ships, submarines, a ferry, a pilot boat, and even a 1904 steam yacht.
Notice the submarine next to the ferry Berkley? Right behind the Russian submarine is the 1904 steam yacht, Medea.
Now we have what I think is the most spectacular…..Star of India.
As you stroll along the waterfront you get the pleasure of seeing a Tall Ship sail by…..
Farther down the waterfront is the Midway. As I said in a previous post—GO SEE!
and aromas (smell). I don’t have a picture for that…I need smell-a-blog!
Well deserved and very well earned….I humbly thank anyone who has served and is currently serving.
Take a stroll along the waterfront, wander down to Seaport Village, take in the history of the Maritime Museum and the Midway. You won’t be disappointed.