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We went to Honolulu for my October birthday. It was Halloween while we were there. WOW do people go crazy dressing up. I was standing Nrxt to what I thought was a statue when it turned and started talking to me. Hawaii is wonderful and...More
We recently traveled back to Hawaii staying in Waikiki . This was our 5th trip over many years and we relised we had never been downtown. We caught a cab from Waikiki about $20 US to the Iolani Palace and this was the highlight of...More
the shop that changed it all, formerly the shop of the real Sailor Jerry, on hotel street, only remnant is the port window put in by Mike Malone, but if youre looking for a place that single handedly changed the culture of the world, there...More
First, I am an architecture/construction professional. For being one of the most expensive areas in the US and for being a jewel of our great nation, Honolulu looks more like a 3rd world country than an American city. Outdated architecture and run down buildings are...More
Downtown Honolulu has turned into a hip place over the last few year. It used to be a run down place but now there are nice art galleries and many small restaurants and bars. We went for an afternoon stroll through , downtown and China...More
The main area in Honolulu is Waikiki. There's really not much to do in Downtown. There are businesses and shopping. Unless you have business in Downtown, shopping at the Ala Moana Mall and Waikiki is better.
The international market place is closed until late August 2016 for refurbishment. It was completely closed when I was there in February and all torn up inside. I'm not sure how they will finish by their projected completion... More
The international market place is closed until late August 2016 for refurbishment. It was completely closed when I was there in February and all torn up inside. I'm not sure how they will finish by their projected completion date, but the sign said August 2016. Hope this answers your question.