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great.....miley's birthday bash, i've been seeing that advertised on TV and kept thinking to myself, i'd hate to be a poor sucker at disneyland then..........LOL well at least we are only there on friday so we don't have to deal with that entire nightmare!!! hopefully it's not too bad and we can just get on Toy Story Mania, since that's the main reason we are going there anyway.
Etapley, I sent you a private message with my email address......No spam LOL LOL
aww, and you spent it in a reply to me....i feel so honored. LOL
Yes, the view was amazing, and that was the "cheap" view!! it's a really awesome place to go, words cannot describe how beautiful it is there! But, let me offer a caution to you, if you are going from the east coast, it is a 6 hour time difference from where you are! So be prepared to be up and ready to go before 5 am. and exhausted at night by like 9 pm.! we were and we are only 3 hours behind......and believe me, doug likes to sleep in.
If that was the cheap views, I can't imagine what the others look like. It's good that you mentioned the time difference because I completely forgot about that. I would need at least one day to get used to that. So everything yall saw is really what you see on tv and magazines? I have a friend from there and he said the tourist area and the "normal" area are completely different. _________________
Umm, yes, the tourist areas are different from the "normal" areas because they are designed for the tourist and have everything at your fingertips. However, the scenery cannot be augmented, no matter where you go, on Maui at least. It was beautiful. We drove on the Hana Hwy that followed the northern coast line of the island and it was amazing. I mean, some of the pictures we took were from the same places as a book that I had. The beautiful places that aren't on private land (which several of them are) are accessible to the public and are amazingly beautiful. And, even though some areas are "touristy" don't let that diminish the experience, it's pretty awesome to sit at a second story open air bar and watch a sunset at your hotel! We watched another sunset from a bar at a hotel on the end of the beach, that was incredibly awesome. Your Hawaii experience will be what you decide for it to be, because if you are going with the strict intent to relax, you will not be disappointed. For your first visit, i would recommend that you do stay in a touristy area, because you will run the risk of not knowing where the good spots are, where the hot places and best places to eat are. After your first visit or two, then you can decide to stay off the beaten path.
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