Lahaina'S Last Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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After a night at an airport hotel in Seattle we flew to Maui in Hawaii for a few days of sunshine, swimming, snorkeling & just catching up after our hectic time. The resort area is on the dry western side of the island & isn't as lush & green as we expected.The Sheraton hotel grounds were green with palm trees, frangipani etc & our room was great - ocean view in a quiet section far away from the central core. Watched the flare lighting ...
... yesterday as it was a long day of travel. Sacramento, LAX to Maui. Once we arrived, we quickly gathered our bags, grabbed a coffee and headed to Costco and the grocery store to store up on supplies and head to the condo. While in Costco, my cell phone rang from an (808) number (Hawaii). I am thinking, "who is calling me from Hawaii??" It was the airport baggage area....apparently, I picked up the ...
... going to the crafts fair in the Lahaina Civic Center. Around 4:30 Denise and I went down to the pool chairs (which are new this year) and sat and read a book. Later Denise got GG and brought her down to the pool along with some chips and home made guacamole. We waited for sunset but with rain on the way it was a dud. Went and got two Giant Maui Tacos for dinner. End of a relaxing ...
We had dinner at 5:30pm at Relishes. This is a beach bar/restaurant. Our table was front row looking out over the water. We enjoyed a tropical drink, appetizer, and entrée. We went to Safeway for dessert.
Tomorrow the plan is for more snorkeling and we will finish the day off with dinner with the Pahl family at the Hula Grill.
Chuck and Sheila Noel
... to accompany me knowing her knees and the strain of a steep downhill walk, the two brothers headed on upward while we made the slow and painful journey back to the start. Our hike took us 1.5 hours so we had 2.5 more hours to kill before Jim and Jack finished. With no hesitation, we drove off to find a cool drink, a swim at a beach and located the parking lot to pick up the boys once they were finished. A young man had descended down into the lot while we ...