Arroyo Vista Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... behind me couldn’t stop in time. The driver swerved into the shoulder and their car came up alongside me. If we hadn’t been in the outside lane swerving would probably not have been an option and the lovely white Prius would have ceased to be so lovely.
There’s an announcer speaking in French now: Mes dames et mes monsieurs s’il vous plait… I didn’t see that coming. ...
... seems to have the upper hand when it comes to the weather, but there are only a couple of beaches along this stretch that you can actually access to swim at which is a shame. The price of food and drink is also laughable, and the service not quite what we're used to, but we still stopped on the way back for a drink at a cafe with a terrace overlooking the sea. We made it back to the campground just before sunset and enjoyed red wine and crisps on the cliff top above the beach. It was nice ...
I was back at the hotel by 4:30pm and had to hurry to rinse off the salt water and change before dinner. I always end my stay on Oahu with dinner at Chuck’s Steakhouse in my hotel, since it has great views, you can enjoy the entertainment at Duke’s below, and it is never busy so no advance planning is needed. I got a great table with a nice view of Diamond Head. I got a Macadamia Nut Colada, Teriyaki Steak with fries and mud pie for dessert. Your meal ...
... at Doc Hudson's racetrack, careening up and down hills, screaming and hair flying! It's not quite a draw, but close enough to make no enemies. As we pull into the station, the life-size animated figures of Lightning McQueen and Mater crack a few jokes and the 3 minute ride is over. We really enjoyed this one and if the line wasn't so huge, we would've gone on it several more times!
The highly anticipated World of Colour was to finish off our long but fun day at ...
... scary people everywhere! Just use your common sense (keep
important/expensive stuff on you or safely locked away , don't walk
down a back street in the dark on you own etc) and also approach
people yourself to ask for help rather than accept that offered by a
stranger if you can (mostly in India). It is not often unsafe, just a
major rip off...you are a tourist therefore you have money. Knowledge
is your best form of defence and acceptance your best form ...