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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Strategically placed lakes and interesting bunkers will keep you on your game. The King’s Course strides with it’s length and risk for reward characteristics, it is equally rewarding for golfers of all levels and the perfect combination of challenge and ...
... After we dropped them at the airport, we went to exchange the Jeep for a less expensive rental we had booked with our Airmiles for our remaining 2 weeks. Although they had our reservation, it did not show on their paperwork that it was prepaid by Airmiles. So that will need to be sorted out. They also didn't have any of the midsized SUV's we had booked left, so they let us pick an upgrade for the same cost. So we are back in a Camaro Convertible. Happy husband. ...
... lava meets the sea. And we walked thru Thurston Lava Tube. A lava tube is a cave-like channel formed by flowing lava which moves beneath the hardened surface of a lava flow. Much of the park is a beautiful rainforest, but it was particularly lush around the lava tube. I think Brie has 100 pictures of the unique uluhe fern, whose fiddleheads are several feet long and almost a foot wide. There were two big letdowns on our day at Volcanoes National Park. 1) It rained all day, so ...
... and playing cards, then went to town for a movie later in the afternoon (American Sniper). The same winter weather system causing rain all over the island is also bringing snow to the peaks of the volcanoes here. Mauna Kea, where the astrological observatories are, is getting 10-15" of snow and freezing temperatures. Going there is on our To-Do list while the kids are here. Currently, the road to the Visitor Center is open but the road past the Center to the summit is closed due to ice and ...
... of snorkelling, we then decided to head to Ho'okena beach once again, this time to read, have a beer and relax. We also got the snorkels out again for another go but not as many fish this time :) On the way back, we stopped at a roadside stop to get some shaved ice, which is a local treat in Hawaii. I got ice shaved and flavoured with cotton candy and lime, Dev had strawberry and green dream. We both had mango too. In 30 degree heat it was very good! The lady who ...