Crater Rim Cabin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... and while awaiting dessert were treated to a display of whales breaching. As we drove back we had several sightings of whales - a really great day.
For those of you who know how concerned ken was about tsunamis before we came , I saw someone in a great shirt today. Front "tsunami evacuation plan". back " grab a beer and run like hell". If I see one I'll buy him one.
sunday -today we flew from maui to the big island and drove up ...
... still dark out, and all you could see was the glow of the lights from peoples windows. The sun then started to start rising and the sky was an orange pink color and it was amazing! Hilo was to the front of the ship and the sun rise was to the left, and we were standing on the front left of the ship, we had the most beautiful view!! We all crowded and took pictures while the kids on board who played ukulele were playing songs (so appropriate for the situation lol) and ...
We arrived in Hilo off of Hawaiian Airlines at around 1:00 in the afternoon. Our rental car was just where Budget said it would be and low and behold we were off like a flock of flying turtles. Out to the main road from the airport and with the chirping of our onboard navigator ( GPS) we spent the next half hour flying down the roads to our final destination- Paradise Park. Elissa had found this place on AirBNB.. Not a bad place all in all. We had our ...
... In some of these sites there isn’t much of a local market. The Ahwahnee gets by due to its proximity to the San Francisco Bay Area. We hope the NPS revisits the policy with advice from hoteliers. The lodges in the National Parks are treasures that should be preserved and operated.
After visiting both gift shops, purchasing some Christmas ornaments, and looking out the Volcano House’s huge viewing window at the ...
... a lot lower. We dropped down to 500 feet above the ground, and made several passes back and forth across the ocean entry so we could all get a good view. This was our first glimpse of lava, and it was really neat! Through all the waves and steam, we could see small flows of yellow lava drip off the rocks and disappear into the ocean, enlarging the island by a little bit every second we watched.
Next we flew inland and saw some surface ...