This AM Jim beat me to the coffee pot. We had coffee a little bit morning news. I made us a smoothie, and bacon and egg sandwich. Jim went up and took a shower while I finished getting ready. She got here a little bit early today, we left right before 10am. We drove to the Hornblower Cruise ship, Chris had bought tickets on line for 12:15 boarding for a 2 hour cruise. Such beautiful views. The ship captain gave information about everything we saw on shore. So many interesting facts they gave us about the 37th Street Naval Station. The flight decks are huge, 4 1/2 acres in size. The Jets go from 0 to 160 and 4 seconds. They're 245 feet tall will not fit under this bridge, there's 5,000 people on the ship 20% are women. It cost two million-dollars for homes on Coronado. This area is 9 miles to Tijuana Mexico. There are 59 active war ships stationed here. The ship's need 30 to 35 ft of water to operate. First we toured the San Diego side and went back to dock and drop off and pick up more people, the we toured the Coronado side where most of the Navy ships were.