My bathroom was antique and gold plated, with a giant bathtub:
The problem is that the hotel was built 44 years ago and these fixtures are now really old and do not work that well.
I had a pleasant walk on Waikiki Beach, my room is on the 21st at that left protuberance, and some of the views were spectacular:
I bought my usual make-up lunch to have with the hotel champagne:
Further, I just microwaved the KFC, and heard funny sounds. If I had opened the box, I would have noticed the aluminum foil wrapper over the corn. The corn was cold. There must be a hundred surfers out there. To my right are another 25, with a departing aircraft carrier
I'm spending these few moments completing this posting because I had too much champagne and had a Peet's coffee, for my freshman roomie, Jim, said this is the best coffeeshop in the world, and there happens to be one in this Sheraton. Or maybe he only said better than Starbucks.
But before I end my one day Waikiki vacation, can't help sending my absolutely final Waikiki Beach shot: