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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... and ***** that have to keep changing lanes, plus lots of Fing tourists who have no idea where they are going... Headed south for the afternoon with lunch at Kono Brewery. Been there done that now but didn't buy the tee shirt cause they only appear to cater for midgets... ( lots of Japs everywhere) Back to the Hotel for a swim and sauna then it must be beer o'clock ...
... in space with the smallest being the size of a basketball. The temperature on the way up dropped from 30C to 12C with a huge change in the vegetation from lush green tall trees, shrubs, through just shrubs to mainly bare soil with the occasional plant- silver woods. We had come with jackets to watch the sunset so we were not too cold. The sunset was magnificent with cloud below. We could have come for the sunrise but we would have had to get up 2:00 am-not for us! ...
... age for legal drinking in the US is 21 years. Alcohol is also available in the aisles of supermarkets, right next to food, and the little convenience stores located on nearly every corner, called ABC Stores where they sell everything from alcohol to souveneirs and food.
On Tuesday night we went to a Hawaiian Luau, and chose a tour called Germaine’s Luau. We chose this company because one of the visitors on another of our ...
I think we're just now starting to slip into vacation mode. Today was much less hurried than yesterday. After breakfast at the hotel we made our way back down to the bus stop. The main bus corridor in Waikiki is just a block down the street, so we're very close to transportation. Along the way we stopped at Starbucks for a cup of Kona coffee.
As I was finishing my coffee our bus pulled in to the stop and we were soon on our way to Diamond ...
... you should try Kanemitsu Bakery. Kanemitsu starts baking fresh loaves of bread in the evening for the next morning and you can grab a loaf with jam and cream cheese between 8pm and 1am if you go down a long alley to the right of the bakery which leads you to their back entrance. The loaves come are $7 and will definitely last for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Concluding I would say that given the distance to Europe you will want to ...