The Modern Honolulu
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... det forkerte tidspunkt og solen var derfor lige stået op da vi kom ned til Poipu strand - men det var nu stadig et smukt syn og vi fik også øje på søskildpadder. Så helt forgæves var det ikke. Efter den misede solopgang gik vi op på en lokal sportsbar for at spise morgenmad. Her blev vi igen mindet om hvor store portioner amerikanerne kræver!! Så vi var godt tanket op til resten af dagen! Herefter gik turen til Lihue lufthavn hvor vi skulle på helikopter ...
... by a sign saying that Wi-Fi was temporarily unavailable at that location. We had seen another Starbucks the day before a couple of blocks from where the ship had originally docked, so off we went. Unfortunately, this put us in the middle of downtown Honolulu, which, unlike Montreal, is pretty much deserted on Sunday. As luck would have it, the Starbucks was closed. We remembered seeing a brochure on board that mentioned that Hilo Hattie’s, a ...
... About halfway up my husband joked that we would know we were in trouble if we saw the film crew from "Destroyed in Seconds"
Near the top, after almost an hour of hiking uphill in the sun, we reached what looked like an endless staircase up to the summit. While looking up, behind me I heard a voice, whose tone and pitch indicated an age far too young to have mastered sarcasm, loudly declared "Yay! ...
Today we tested our oxygen system. Mike Dougherty, a mechanic at Honolulu International Airport, had filled our oxygen tanks about a week before and now it was time to test them out. We decided to climb to 23,000 feet, which is about 4 miles high. We would also be using the plane's pressurization system which keeps the cabin altitude at about 13,000 feet. If the plane lost pressurization at 23,000, then there is an emergency procedure ...
... in blobs and then creates an oil slick (see photos). They say that with full fuel tanks when it sunk, the oil is likely to continue to leak for at least another 20 years.
Back on the bus, and another mango variety reminder before heading to the Punchbowl Military Cemetery, called punchbowl as it's in the middle of a volcano crater. Finally a tour of downtown Honolulu, including the only Royal Palace in the US (Hawaii was a kingdom ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center