Paradise Bay Resort Hawaii
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Car rentals
- Adjoining Rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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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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... the Pipis (the Hawaiian word for cows), all the plants and the movie sets. Our first stop was at a disused military unit that was once used during World War Two to store equipment and used as a bunker. Today it stores it's like a little museum for military objects and for all the film props that were used during filming.
... at 3:30 this morning. After 3/4 hour in the queue the Melb people were called through. Some lucky Sydney passengers have been bumped onto our flight..lucky for them...unlucky for us! The plane is FULL!...We've walked to gate 31, breakfasted and it's still only 8:15! We board at 9:30. Sort of a let down after such a relaxing holiday. So now I'll ...
... the east coast of Oahu, famed for having some of the most beautiful beaches in America. Not only were the shorelines stunning, but for a large part of the drive, the route took us on winding roads where we had the stunning pristine beaches as promised on our left but also huge mountains covered in forests of lush green trees on our right. With the roof down, some choice music playing and the sun shining, I would have happily done a few loops of the island! ...
... is very different than the lush greenery of most of Hawaii. The first Polynesians arrived in the 11th century, but Honolulu did not become a major hub until the 19th century.
Our drive took us to Waikiki for the obligatory photo of the Duke Kahanamoku Statue. This open arm statue welcomes all to the area. Duke was a true Hawaiian hero and a master of swimming, surfing and canoeing. He was one of the famous Waikiki ...
... than expected and very steep. Makes a lot of sense in hindsight! On the way up to diamond head crater, we stopped by the Kahala Mall which is where apparently the rich go to shop. Whilst at the shops, we the discovered the Banana Republic store which began the obsession! The 40% discount store wide will get you. This only cost us under $200 for our first trip to Banana Republic. When we got to Diamond Head, it was just a big park and you have ...