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TravelPod Member ReviewsPolynesian Plaza Honolulu
Managers Reception on Thursday nights is fun. Free wine and snacks and a chance to meet new people! The place is definitely run down but the staff are super friendly and the location is great.
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Waking up to sunshine was definitely a great feeling! Thankfully our hotel room looked better in the daylight than it did the night before. The shower was a bit dodgy and water temperature control was difficult but we made the best of it. The beds were comfy and it had a nice TV so we were happy!!
We went out for the breakfast at the …
... Fact: Honolulu is the largest city in the world. According to Hawaii's State Constitution, any island not named as belonging to a country belongs to Honolulu. Therefore all other, uninhabited islands belong to Honolulu.
The drive up the East Coast took us past the beautiful beaches that you would have heard of from Fifty First Dates or the sharp mountain peaks you would have seen in Jurassic Park. What you wouldn't have expected was that the ...
... booking fee. The website says tickets not collected will be reissued. We could have picked up one of the 2,000 tickets released daily but they are on a first come, first served basis and when I was in the line at 9:45 the earliest unbooked tickets were 2:45!
We forgot that we couldn't take handbags or backpacks in so Greg took them back to the car. You can take in cameras & water bottles.
We also paid the $7.50 each for the audio tour which was well worth it (narrated ...
... and I could feel the sunburn starting so I packed it in then relaxed for the afternoon. Denise did some shopping and picked up a few bargins. We enjoyed a complimentary 'happy hour' at the hotel before heading out for dinner. I had a 'cheese burger in paradise' which seemed appropriate for the last meal in Hawaii. -1 in Launceston this morning apparently. Not looking forward to those temps when we return!! ...
... with a beautiful view over the sea, 20 metres away - with a palm tree beside each open air windows lit up with floodlights. The food and service were spectacular-dining at its best, one of our best dining experience. As we are doing a tour on Wednesday we celebrated Angie's birthday tonight Tuesday 16 June Flew Hawaiian Airlines to Kahulai Airport. Picked up the rental car from Avis, what a hassle. We went through 3 different people there. The booking ...