Airport Honolulu Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Original flight cancelled. Rerouted through Honolulu so took a side trip to Waikiki Beach during our layover.
... and spent time by the pool. The beach is lined with resorts and they all seem to be doing good business. We won't get to go to Pearl Harbour because of our limited time here. We hope if Nicole qualifies for Kona again we will return here as well and spend a few extra days here and less time in Kona.
Although O'ahu is a lot smaller than the Big Island it is much more developed. I didn't see one high rise tower in Kona but from ...
... long, 20 stories tall and 16-inch guns that could fire a 2,700-pound shell 23 miles.
- Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor. Itīs an immersive aviation museum complete with interactive simulators and exhibits showcasing the stories behind authentic WWII fighter planes and bombers.
... Small town USA but in the tropics. Fortunately, this seems to be just a small part of the city and within minutes we come upon scenery so breathtaking, we need to stop and to take it in. Verdant green cliffs met fifty shades of blue water and white surf, which is unusually strong thanks to Iselle. We continue to see the undulating green cliffs all the way up the coast. Valley after gorgeous green valley envelope us on the sides as we leave the coast and return to the city. ...
... Then Ruthie and I dropped off the girls along with the grandparents, aunt, uncle, and cousins at the airport. Ruthie and I stopped by the Oaho's own "HE>I" store for some perspective souvenirs. (Look it up). Then we headed to our Waikiki hotel to get checked in. After unloading we set about the streets of Waikiki. A Friday night is definitely a different experience than the early morning we spent here ...