Saturday, July 17, 2010

Hilton's Waikoloa Village

This is the last Hawaii post - I promise. While in Hawaii we stayed at Hilton's Waikoloa Village it is so large and so much stuff that if you didn't rent a car you could stay there the whole week and have a great time. This place is so large that there is a tram and a water boat system inside the Village to take you around the resort.



They have a Dolphin pool:




They have a Lagoon where you could snorkel and swim with the turtles - FYI there are eels in the Lagoon so don't go to near the rocks, one of the life guards there showed us his eel bite marks on his back.





There is lots to eat My favorite eating place was the Kirin, I love chinese food:


I had pictures of food at this place and Jackie Rey's from the previous post but I can't find them, I think I lost some pictures.

The one big thing I loved about the resort is that it is a Museum the whole thing everywhere you look there are small collections of art. It was wonderful.






And they did have golfing but none of us golf so I can't tell you anything about the golfing.




Mahalo!!

7 comments:

Maria@BubblegumandDuctTape said...

that looks like so much fun. I love the pictures you took. Thank goodness you didn't have the pics of the chinese food though, otherwise, my hubby would have to run out and get some right now, lol.

Unplanned Cooking said...

What a fabulous trip. I've never been to Hawaii but I'm trying to convince my husband to go next year.

ModistaModesta said...

Ladies, I have to admit - as much as I was stressed out about going, I was able to experience a trip I'll never forget well worth the scrimping and saving!

Maria - The picture's were great, I still can't manage to hunt them down. If your husband is a chinese lover like I am - He definitely would have had an urge to go buy chinese.

Shop with Me Mama said...

Oh I LOVE Hawaii! Post as much as you like :) Great pictures. Thank you for stopping by my blog!

Sandra said...

Hi Sonia
Glad that you are having a wonderful holiday. I travel for a living and stay at that Hilton when in Kona; we call it the Hilton Walkalot.

Continue to enjoy your vacation; love the photos.

ModistaModesta said...

Hi Sandra,

Oh the walking and walking and then your done walking and you start waiting - waiting for the tram or the boat! But I was so glad that everything really was all in one place.

(I think you are a cochenille customer - If so long time no hear - I miss your ship/plane tag line - I hope everything is ok with your program)

CK said...

Oh how AWESOME!

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