Hawaii Sheffield House
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... in open seas, so it's pretty much luck of the draw as to what you might see out there. Fortunately we struck it lucky with the Turtle. After all that it was time to head in for lunch. Lunch was a choice of Teriyaki Chicken fillet or Hawaiian Pulled Pork in a roll with salad, a drink, muesli bar, pack of Twistie type things and fruit salad. I chose the Pull Pork. Very nice. Then it was time for everyone to be dropped back at their hotel. But not me, I was off to checking for ...
... Kitsch meets economics. Pineapples matter in Hawaii, perhaps more in days of old than now, but the 40,000 people currently employed by the industry might argue with me on that. The planation has a cheerful little train to cart you through the fields, explaining the crops and stages of development. Did you know a pineapple plant can ...
... ourselves waste any time today. After sunrise we strolled down Waikiki. It's so neat to experience a place that I have been so long ago. The memories are so faded they feel more light past dreams. Strangely the McDonald's along the beach is probably my most distinct memory. I see they have renovated it since I was here last. We hurried back to our room to get ready for the day so we could cram as much as possible in our short stay in Honolulu. First ...
... had the club ranch chicken burger which was pretty good. Dr Pepper was also good. Returned back to the room at about 5.30pm and unpacked our gear. Went to the food court for dinner but decided to go to Californian Pizza Kitchen instead. Food was great! Kym had a black berry type cocktail. Following dinner we went to a local supermarket. Kym was a bit tipsy which was ...
... on the plane; and an inability to check-in at the hotel until much later. Needless to say our first day in Hawaii was not quite the honeymoon fairytale. Perhaps a bit more like stumbling around in a drunk-like haze trying to remember to look right before stepping out onto the road instead of left.....and someone had his cranky-pants on. However, it was nothing a huge Cheesecake Factory lunch and (eventually) a ...