See...another seagull staring me down. He finally got tired of me looking at him...so...here he goes!
All of a sudden, the gloom lifted and it was clear and sunny! Weird!
- Star of India (1863): This iron-hulled beauty is the oldest active ship in the world and a state and national historic landmark
- Berkeley (1898): The first successful propeller driven steam ferry on the west coast and a state and national historic landmark
- Medea (1904): This steam yacht is from the age of conspicuous wealth
- Pilot (1914): The oldest pilot boat still in service on the west coast
- USS Dolphin (1968) US Navy submarine with the record for the deepest dive
- H.M.S. Surprise (1970) replica of an 18th century Royal Navy frigate
- B-39 (1967) Soviet attack submarine designed to track US and NATO warships during the Cold War
- Californian (1984) replica of a mid 19th century revenue cutter (this one actually was just heading out to sea so we didn't even get to see it)
These were the "tools" the on-board surgeon had to use. Ew.
We left and went over to Seaport Village. I needed to go to the Village Hat Shop to see if I could find a cute beret to wear at the Prom. I found this one - it's red, of course - for $14.95. I wanted one that I could also wear "in the winter" as a normal thing when we visit Utah or I go to Chicago or Ohio for work. This will match with my new coat that I recently bought.
We came back from Filippi's and decided we would try out the hotel's restaurant for some dessert. It was awful. We were not impressed. We signed the tab and left. We went back to the hotel and cuddled, then went to bed.