- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
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... Dallas I have about 3 hour layover before heading to Raleigh. Suppose to arrive in Raleigh around 2:30. I have already decided I am not driving home Sunday. Weather is calling for rain, etc. So, I have a room at the Marriott ( where I hope my car still is). I'll probably snooze until time for the Super Bowl. I plan to get home sometime Monday. But this is not the final entry on the blog. I will pause, reflect, savor, each memory and share the best with you ...
... Tahiti being the oldest Polynesians coming to Hawaii and reuniting and starting the new world on Hawaii. The show a 70 minute spectacular extravaganza with graceful Hula dancers forever changing their outfits. fire poi ball twirlers, traditional fire knife dancing and singing. The band was fantastic too that played the music for the dancers. Everyone was enthralled with the ambience of the show, the lighting spectacular and set the mood. It was all over very quickly, ...
... to activate the lift, then up to the 4th level, around the open walkway to our room.
The room is a lot better than we expected, with two large single beds, kitchenette, fridge, and bathroom with a small shower off to the side. The TV even works. Because we’ll only be here to sleep, we had just booked something basic, but with good reviews. We settle in, then head out to find a meal. Ask for directions to a food court, and end up at the same food court ...
... deeper into the cave and was a bit tricky due to the low light. Pulling myself over the next pool, I plunged into deeper waters and swam into the darkness. Swimming across, a light entered into view. Getting to the top, we walked out with hunched backs towards the light. The glamorous ending to our caving adventure was an irrigation system, which required shimmying up through thick, rusted metal bars. A large pool of water lay before us. We made it! The walk ...
... groom, Paul o'regan, Ariel and Jenny the photographer. We fill three cars with leftover booze, then back at the house we plow through most of a bottle of rum, lots of beer and wine. We sit outside and look at the stars, dance like loons, and get a fire going in the grate. Can't remember going to sleep - the Paul's, Ariel, and Leianna crash on the floor. And aren't there when we get up the following afternoon! Great day. Followed by mammoth hangover ...