King Solomon Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKing Solomon Hotel Honiara
The King Solomon had some special features - the most amazing is the cable car which you can use to go up and down to and from your room. The pool looked inviting although I never got to try it. I did go to the buffet dinner provided during the cultural show, which I enjoyed. There was free wi-fi in the restaurant and lobby areas. Staff were usually pleasant and responsive. The location was convenient. Music from the club next door could be loud on weekend evenings. I liked the King Solomon because it had character.
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... mistake: this room will be our home for the next four days. Andre informs me that his groung floor room was not much better than mine. It doesn't take long for us to decide to find another room. We call our taxi driver to drive us back to the city center after informing the owner that the room did not meet our needs. The driver says that he cannot come but will send one of his friends... That never showed up! So we call for another taxi because itis ...
... and cost them a lot. There are certainly many reminders here of the war. A great deal of infrastructure remains and is used. We passed a Seventh Day Adventist school that uses quonset huts built by the US. The current airport, I believe, is descended from Henderson airport built by the US. Many of the roads were built by the us and the harbor was developed by the US as well. I can't remember now if the John Krum people have a war connection or ...
... so I had a bit of high expectations. The first stop was Bornegie Beach. There are supposedly two shipwrecks here. I only found one. The first wreck was a Japanese war ship and not far from the shore. This wreck was unreal. I was loving it and thought to myself if my whole day could go on like this, I would have one of the best days of my life. I have swam shipwrecks before, but not from World War 2. I have been to Pearl Harbor, ...