We went to HABR Bistro, located on the fringe of Honolulu Chinatown. Chaine des Rotisseurs dined here 3.5 years ago, where I indicated that HASR was the acronym for Highly Allocated Spoiled Rotten.
Located on their premise is a wine shop, where you can purchase your bottle and avoid the corkage charge. What is surprising is that the parking cost about as much as the French Sauvignon Blanc we got.
I ordered an escargot with Caesar salad:
My meal was truly excellent. Joyce had prepared a delicious assortment of seafood and cheese and stuff which I had with glasses of Cabernet and Pinot Grigio at their apartment, so I was already partially satiated. Here are the other two Patricks:
- Roundtrip first class air
- unlimited shore excursions, and there will be 330 of them
- all the wine and premium spirits you want to drink
- entrance to specialty restaurants
- unlimited wifi
- no gratuities
Dreaming on, there are two Master Suites available for $175,000/person, double occupancy (which means you pay $350,000/couple), where you get 2000 square feet instead of the bourgeois 300 square feet set aside for peons, like me. However, you need to read this Cruise Critic critique of Regent Master Suites if you are somehow serious about this option. Also, the Mariner is 16 years old.
A week ago, Hurricane Fernanda was supposed to be over Honolulu today, but as that photo at the top shows, the weather is nice and sunny, for the storm dissipated and moved north. However, there are seven ocean disturbances in the Pacific: