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Ala Moana Beach Park

Located between Waikiki and downtown Honolulu, this is a favorite (and convenient) beach among locals.  This is a great place to swim, picnic, stroll on the beach or to relax. The beach is over half a mile long and the water is calm because it’s protected by a shallow outer coral reef. The 100-acre park […]

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Amuse Wine Bar (Kapiolani Blvd., Honolulu)

This is a mellow lounge for wine lovers 30 and above.  There is also an automated machine that (with use of a gift card), dispenses various vintages of wine in one shot (prices, depending on the vintage, runs from $1.50 to over $14 per ounce).  

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Aloha Stadium

Located in Central Oahu, the Aloha Stadium is Hawaii’s largest outdoor arena, home to the University of Hawaii Warriors football team and the annual NFL Pro Bowl game.  In addition, the Aloha Stadium hosts a multitude of events attracting visitors from around the State including soccer matches, concerts, car shows, fairs and the ever popular […]

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Halona Blowhole

Located just 10-15 minutes by car from Waikiki (off State Highway 72 — Koko Head District Park), this is a rock formation and a blowhole that provide those passing through here with amazing photo opportunities.  When the tide and wind are just right, it shoots up water like a whale’s blow hole. To the right […]

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The Republik (1349 Kapiolani Blvd. Honolulu)

This 10,000 square foot rock club has a regular roster of local and mainland acts booked there (mostly rock groups, but sometimes other genres, too).   Hip Hop legend Nas, and dance music DJs such as Nervo, Morgan Page, and Cosmic Gate have appeared there, as well as 80s New Wave acts Adam Ant, and The […]