SEALS/Sea and Land Tour in San Diego

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  1. cfrith

    cfrith Mouseketeer

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    Has anyone been on this tour- the bus that turns into a boat? We are going to try it next month and would like to hear about it. Thanks!
     
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  3. iceskatejen

    iceskatejen <font color=0000CC>I did it 4 times during my trip

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    Not in San Diego, but I did one with some friends up in Santa Barbara last summer. We had a great time. The tour guides were hilarious and we saw dolphins on the sea portion of the tour.
     
  4. MsYumiBr

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    I've seen them driving around. I had no idea they turned into a boat! How cool! I should try to follow them one day.
     
  5. snuggle26

    snuggle26 Earning My Ears

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    Can someone please tell me the website for this. I saw something like it in Seattle Wa and it looked fun. I would love to do this in San Diego.

    Thanks so much
    Lisa
     
  6. cfrith

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    Thank you for this link, I have now booked the seals/trolley tour in San diego, I have booked so many things for San Diego I don't know if we will have time for them all!
     
  8. Alex2kMommy

    Alex2kMommy <font color=purple>I'm going a little nutso myself

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    We did this in Seattle - They call them Duck boats, and gave us all duckbill-shaped whistles that make a duck sound. We drove through downtown Seattle with the tourguide giving historical and current information on the sights, and then we hit the water and took a floating tour of Lake Union and its surrounding sights. The tourguide was very funny, and quacked-at passersby and businesses along the route waved and quacked back, it was hilarious!
     

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