Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa
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After quite a few early starts we thought it would be a good plan to have a good lie in today. We were now more used to the amount of sunlight streaming through the windows in the morning, so knew we had to lie facing the wall so that didn't wake you up and used to the temperature, with only one wind machine in the room which had to be placed quite precisely so everyone got a fair share of ...
... to the USS Arizona Memorial, a white structure built on top of the shipwreck. You can still see oil coming up from the ship after all this time. That really is a powerful reminder of the lasting damage that man can cause to the earth. After lunch it was time for our second tour of the day that took us around some of the scenic spots of the island of Oahu. We saw ...
The beginning of this adventure is a short flight from Dayton to Atlanta. Then, a 9 1/2 hour flight from Atlanta to Honolulu! At 5:00 in the morning, all I could think about was don't miss our flight connection in Atlanta or our whole trip will be messed up. Once we were on Delta flight 837, all I wanted was for the plane to land. The longest flight EVER! I watched "Saving Mr. Banks," "Catching Fire," and "Frozen" during that lengthy flight! My legs and ...
... 1944, when the family was living at Goodna. This was the first time Jeff or I'd heard about him, but she was particularly interested in the submarine display as this is where Johnny served during the war. He was from Grenwich, Pennsylvania apparently and despite their relationship being quite serious( even engagement rings mentioned in the conversation), the tyranny of distance and lack of money to travel of both of them led to it one of many romances that unfortunately faded after the ...
... called 'Goofy's'. A little restaurant situated upstairs off the main drag. Very relaxed atmosphere and delicious steaks. Meat served pre-sliced on a sizzling plater, with a condiment of onion gravy and fried onion rings. The Americans have a love affair with anything onion- sauce, deep fried and battered rings. Our waiter looked puzzled when we left onion rings on the plate untouched. Life is ...