Hawaii Sheffield House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... 70). I then ask him what's about the city bus? The bus driver will not let us in because of luggage, he says. Ok, but at least Francesca can take the bus and I take the shuttle to save money. But first let's both try to take the city bus. No problem at all and we go for $ 2.5 per person in the city! In most Asian countries, they are trying to cheat the tourists and ask many times the normal price. I realize more and more that ...
• Waking up to go to hula grill • Getting my favorite breakfast burrito and fried rice • Also eating dragonfruit there not as great as I expected it to be • Going to the beach, but making several stops on the way • ...
... It was centrally located with shops and restaurants and the beach across the road. The hotel is only 14 storeys high, and we had a balcony on the 6th level looking out over the beach. Great view except for the large banyan tree across the road which blocked our view of the sunset. However, it does lack some of the things we might look for next time. The room is smallish with 2 double beds – we would have preferred a queen or king bed, ...
... the water. It was crystal clear, deep blue and you could see all the fish swimming around below without even entering the water. However, I went for the snorkelling so that's exactly what I did. It was well worth the wait. The water was so clear and there was so many fish I didn't know which way to look! I shot some video under the water with the GoPro strapped to my head, while I used my underwater camera to take some photos. So still no Dolphins or Whales, but then one ...
As expected, Honolulu, Hawaii's capital, and adjacent Waikiki Beach were pretty much as touristic as you would expect it to get. Lot's of burger places, bars and overpriced water sports. However, Waikiki Beach is quite a nice place to just relax a bit and bathe in the sun and has some good Japanese food on offer. Definitely take a walk to Marukame Udon: you can see the cooks hand roll the Udon noodles and at around $5-$7 per large ...