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- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... bezahle ich keine 3$ dafür….
Es stresst mich ein wenig, dass die Sicherheitsvorschriften strenger sind als an einem Flughafen, nur um ein Frack anzusehen, also altes, rostiges Metall.
Ich bis so sauer, dass ich noch 2 Fotos mache und gleich wieder umkehre. Das Gute daran ist, dass das Busticket immer noch gültig ist und ich somit für 2.5$ über 3 Stunden Bus fahren, und die Stadt besichtigen kann.
... to collect us to take us to the Port when we made a quick stop at an ATM to withdraw some cash, only to find that what I thought was my PIN, in fact was just part of my imagination... so a mind numbingly frustrating call back to Australia to speak to someone in a foreign call centre got my PIN sorted and we were back in business. A 15 minute ride to the Port and our first time cruising was in sight and trust me when I tell you, I was ...
... cacti and wood was necessary. Carefully looking at the landscape showed pill boxes scattered around. These and bunkers were actually all over the island.
When we arrived at the summit the 360 degree view was breathtaking, or what breath was left after the climb. The actual light house is somewhat below the summit. There is a plaque in memory of a fallen military aircraft and crew. Actually we saw these in many locations during our trip.
Well I'm headed back to my favorite country AUSTRALIA!!! I am beyond excited. It has been 5 1/2 years, but I promised myself I would be back someday. I left Tampa on Saturday afternoon and tried getting on a flight to Dallas, trying to catch the last non-stop flight to Honolulu. I'm headed to Hawaii to meet up with my friend Nikki (who I work with, and will then be traveling to ...
... the shopping centre. I wanted to check out the supposed cheap prices, but being careful to purchase items only made in the USA due to the bad record that Walmart has with exploitation of people manufacturing goods in China and South America. After an interesting hour or so wandering around the store (Tom had long since given up and had found a seat), we left and returned to Ala Moana for a quick bite to eat ...