Paradise Bay Resort Hawaii
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TravelPod Member ReviewsParadise Bay Resort Hawaii Kaneohe
Only stayed one night as really out of our budget.
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On the way back it started to rain and we stopped to have lunch at the Four Seasons Resort. Possibly the most expensive snacks we've ever had.
Before returning we drove to Napili Bay to see the place we stayed at 36 years ago. Whilst the bay looked the same the buildings didn't .
It was now a bit late and we had to hurry back for the Luau at the ...
... A day ahead and three hours behind the time now, it's 8.02 am. At about 10.00 am we had lunch of either a chicken pasta dish or a fish with fried rice and beans which we thought was nice. On the side was a broad bean and corn salad. I gave Andrew my cheese and crackers, he had a Sauvignon Blanc and I had a coke zero. We watched the movie Edge of Tomorrow and had a melon ice cream on a stick. We then watched Godzilla and then 22 Jump Street for ...
Caught the bus at 6:45 for Pearl Harbour, this went through the early morning peak hour traffic jam which was a bit surprising to see. Once clear of the city and the Interstate highway No 1 had a clear run.
Being out there early gave us easy access to the visitor centre and exhibits.
The main thearte showed a movie on why and how it happened.
Out of the movie and onto a boat to the Arizona Memorial. One can look down and ...
... this was. The abalone has quite a strong flavour, but the urchin even more so, but the softness of the leek complemented it beautifully. The sommelier matched this with a sake, and honestly, anything less powerful would have been totally lost with this dish. Brilliant.
Fois gras done three ways was next; natural topped with a sliver of pickled mango, seared on another sliver of mango that had been dusted with something that tasted like plum (li hing powder?), ...
... to be one of the top attractions on Oahu, after Pearl Harbor, that is. We stopped for lunch at Jack in the Box. The boys were happy with the food, it was familiar but different. Not even an hour later, we were at Brigham Young University, which was next door to the PCC. Sometimes, the GPS does not lead us directly to our destination.
Our first impression of the PCC was much the same as it was of Disney World. Everything was lovely, clean, well organized. They even ...