Harbor Arms Apartment Hotel
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Swimming pool
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... that I forgot to book luggage and I do not know if I can still book it at the airport. When we checked in the man tells us it is no problem, I can pay for it right here. The backpack we can take as hand luggage, and therefore we will save a piece of luggage for $ 25. For this purpose, I have to repack everything because the backpack is not prepared for hand luggage. So in the check-in hall I spread everything on the floor and pack again. He then says ...
... done whilst I am away. Liam and I shared our highlights of our adventure and then I learnt mum only planned a four day visit to Hawaii. Two of those days are transit days... So we quickly thought about what were the plans for those days. I wish I had of known I would have encouraged her to stay longer. But she doesn't like flying and didn't want to extend the torture of the return flight. A must do was a visit to the Cheesecake Factory for ...
... a very noisy peacock.
The grounds are well maintained, signage clear and the relics in great shape. While not on the "tourist to do list" it is we worth the time.
Upon departing the garden we went across the road to the beach for a “Kodak” moment. Scenery is beautiful although, again, calm seas and few surfers. We did get some breaking surf photos as well as mementos in a ...
Today we became acquainted with "The Bus".....If only we could get back a few of those hours!
The Bus is the network of public buses that service the island of Oahu.
We dropped the rental car back to the airport at 8:00am and started our bus ride back to the North Shore. What a mission!!! 3 separate ...
... br> After finally arriving back in Waikiki at about 8pm, we changed and set about going down to a steakhouse for dinner. The storm hit as we neared our destination, rain lashing, lightning water falling from the sky, wind bending the palm trees almost in two. We dinned our 'Duck' ponchos and ran across the road toward shelter. The police had closed part of Lewers St, but we eventually made our way to the steakhouse ...