Monday, July 30, 2012

Day 57: Afternoon in Seattle then back to Dallas

Throwing away our Angels coke cup.



The Space Needle

Last meal at the Six Seven Restaurant at Seattle's Edgewater Hotel



View from our table



Our flight landed back in Dallas at midnight, 10 p.m. California time, and 7 p.m. Maui time.

Sunday, July 29, 2012

Day 56: Seattle and the last baseball game of the trip -- Kansas City Royals vs Mariners

The famous Pike Place Fish Market



Oysters at Elliott's at Pier 56







About a mile walk from the piers to the baseball game -- Kansas City Royals at the Seattle Mariners at Safeco Field

View from our seats





Today, Seattle's Felix Hernandez, one of baseball's best pitchers is throwing.

As a promotion the Mariners sell one section, the King Felix section, and provide T-Shirts to the fans. Anytime Felix gets 2 strikes on the batter, the whole section rises and chants Felix, Felix...

The field crew dances while they smooth the infield.

Felix pitches a good game and leaves after 7 innings with the Mariners ahead 5 to 2.

But then, like San Francisco, the gulls arrived hoping to dine on the leftovers. The Royals tie it up 5 to 5, but the Mariners go on to win.









The gulls finally get to enjoy dinner.



Back toward the port for dinner.





Saturday, July 28, 2012

Day 55: Wailea in the Morning, Upcountry, and off to Seattle

Wailea

Infinity Pool at the Wailea Marriott

 

 

Beach in front of the Four Seasons and the Grand Wailea hotels

 

 

Pig cooking under that smoke.

 

 

Going half way up the Haleakala mountain known as Upcountry.

 

View from the Kula Lodge and restaurant.

 

A great breakfast before flying to Seattle

 

Friday, July 27, 2012

Day 54: Maui in the Morning

 

 

 
 

 

Lunch in Makawao

 

 

Happy Hour in Kihea -- Tutoring Heather in Calculus

 

Friday's Sunset

 

Panoramics

 

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Day 53: Much More Maui

The Morning Beach Walk

Each morning we walk down the beach (about a mile) from the Hyatt to Blackrock at the Sheraton.

 

 

See if you can find Jeannie.

 

South of the Sheraton is the Kaanapali Beach Hotel where we stayed a few times before discovering Priceline.

next are the Whaler Condos and Whaler's Village shopping and restaurant area

 

 

 

 

 

 
South of Whaler's Village is the Westin Resort, home of our palm tree and the Tropica beachside restaurant where we ate on Wednesday night.

 

 

 

 
 
 

Next is the nicest resort on Kaanapali Beach.

Going south, the Marriott is next? On Tuesday, I had dinner at its beachside restaurant, Longboards.

 

 

 

And back to the Hyatt

 

Where they were doing some work outside our window.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dali in Maui