Fernhurst Residence - YWCA of Oahu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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It was a warm Sunday morning at the Naval Port at Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii on December 7, 1941. A band of angry pilots flying A6M2 Model 21 Zero planes flew from Japanese carriers and dropped the bombs on the USS Arizona and blew up other ships, causing major damage. It was the worst thing I ever saw in my entire life. America declared war on Japan the very next day.
... we met the large and at times sharp rocks underfoot. We'd try to swim over them but then the water would become shallow and again it was hard to avoid it. Now I knew why there were different colours of water: aqua blue where there is sand, darker blue where there are rocks and further out beyond the rocks where it was deep water. Greg had taken a boogey board provided by the hotel only to never quite be in the right spot to catch one of the small waves that were there. Anyhow ...
... walk was lovely and cooling after a long hot day. Angela and I were once again successful at losing the boys, meeting up with them eventually at the intersection near our hotel. We finished the night with a shared shaved ice, another treat that I consider a daily essential while we're visiting Hawaii and one that I shall miss on our return.
We went from beach walks and shaved ice to cool sheets and soft pillows, with a fleeting thought that our ...
... stay here all day. The kids go and do their own thing - and Belinda, Dave, Michael & myself head to the Tropics bar for some lunch & maybe a welcome cocktail ! A swim in the ocean for me & an afternoon nap for Michael before we all head to an old favourite - The Cheesecake Factory. We all eat way too much before finally getting to bed close to ...
... You go girl!" We tried not to laugh too much, as she had her serious face on still.
For our 3rd trip to Alamo, we had our fingers crossed for another convertible mustang and not a Camaro (nothing in those things is easy to use). The ladies at the desks were really friendly, but it meant the queues were loooong. Once outside, we had a long row of convertibles to choose from and ...