Discovery Bay Condominiums
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... years and not want to leave. That is just mind blowing to me. I lived in Alaska for almost 5 years and I have left at least once or twice a year. I could not even begin to fathom the idea of staying here for a whole year and leave even for a week or weekend! This post was dedicated to my Hawaii trip coming up in less than a week. My excitement is definitely off the charts! First trip in 2015! **This blog post was written ...
It took me 1 1/2 hours to walk to to the start of the Diamond Head trail. After walking into the inside of the crater through a road tunnel I paid my $1 fee and started the 1.3km hike up to the top. It starts off as switchbacks & then you go up 74 steep stairs that took my breath away, inside a lighted 225 foot tunnel , up another 99 steps and then 52 circular steps and you come out at the top through a world war 2 bunker to ...
We were up bright and early this morning, and waiting for our shuttle to take us on a tour around the island. We have done these tours on a number of occasions with the girls, but this time we were on our own. Again, we had a very interesting tour with a native Hawaiian, who gave us an insight into life growing up on the beaches of the North Shore. Our driver pointed out many sights and also gave us an insight into the economy of the islands, and ...
... the control room. It was quite an eerie feeling to be walking through what was once a war ship, I cannot imagine living in such a tiny space. The bunks were in sets of three, so the bottom bunk was practically on floor level. We were also able to go up to the top decks and climb down ladders deep into the ships interior.
When we left the USS Missouri, we boarded the bus once again and our tour guide took us on a sightseeing drive around the city, which included ...
... butter. It was then I realised we didn't quite fit in to the Hilton way of living as I scoop my finer in the peanut butter and spread it all over my sandwich, much to Nathans horror. Once he tried it, he was envious though.
We had plans to go to the other Hilton nearby for a free firework display. But after getting back from the pool at abut 5PM, we don't remember much more. Not such a successful day!
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