web site hit counter Honolulu (Oahu, Hawaii) Travel Guide - Sightseeing, Hotel, Restaurant & Shopping Highlights (Illustrated) - Ebooks PDF Online
Hot Best Seller

Honolulu (Oahu, Hawaii) Travel Guide - Sightseeing, Hotel, Restaurant & Shopping Highlights (Illustrated)

Availability: Ready to download

Where the warm ocean waters lap the smooth white sand ... where the sun rises over the beautiful ocean ... spend your days lying on the warm sand, sipping mai tais ... Honolulu has sometimes been referred to as the “Rodeo Drive of the Pacific” since most major designers have shops either in Waikiki along Kalakaua Avenue, in the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center or in the Ala M Where the warm ocean waters lap the smooth white sand ... where the sun rises over the beautiful ocean ... spend your days lying on the warm sand, sipping mai tais ... Honolulu has sometimes been referred to as the “Rodeo Drive of the Pacific” since most major designers have shops either in Waikiki along Kalakaua Avenue, in the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center or in the Ala Moana Shopping Center, once the largest shopping mall in the US, still the largest shopping mall in Hawaii. However, there are many local, less expensive alternatives to be found in both Waikiki and other local shopping malls and in the small towns around the island. Nightlife can be as simple as sitting on the grass near the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center or on the beach in Waikiki listening to the free entertainment while you watch the local ladies practice their hula or as involved as traipsing almost half way around the island to the Polynesian Cultural Center to enjoy their luau and Polynesian entertainment provided by students at Brigham Young University. Most nightclubs are open late, and you can find karaoke bars, Irish pubs, hip hop dancing, or quiet ukuleles strumming. Welcome to Honolulu! Contents: Introducing Honolulu Culture Shopping Nightlife and Entertainment Restaurants and Dining Orientation Climate and When to Visit Sightseeing Highlights and Things To Do Circle Island Bus Tour Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum Waikiki Aquarium Waikiki Zoo Kapiolani Park Ala Moana Park Kailua Park Royal Hawaiian Band Lyon Arboretum Walking tours of Waikiki Sunset on the Beach Daily Fish Auction at Kewalo Basin Aloha Tower Marketplace Free Lessons in Hawaiian Culture at the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center Chinatown Arizona Memorial USS Missouri Memorial Diamond Head State Monument King Kamehameha Statue Hawaii State Capitol Building Iolani Palace Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific (Punchbowl) Fish for Pacific Blue Marlin on a Charter Boat Honolulu Academy of Art/Shangri La (Doris Duke Collection) Dole Plantation Pineapple Garden Maze Recommendations for the Budget Traveler Places To Stay Places To Eat & Drink Places To Shop


Compare

Where the warm ocean waters lap the smooth white sand ... where the sun rises over the beautiful ocean ... spend your days lying on the warm sand, sipping mai tais ... Honolulu has sometimes been referred to as the “Rodeo Drive of the Pacific” since most major designers have shops either in Waikiki along Kalakaua Avenue, in the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center or in the Ala M Where the warm ocean waters lap the smooth white sand ... where the sun rises over the beautiful ocean ... spend your days lying on the warm sand, sipping mai tais ... Honolulu has sometimes been referred to as the “Rodeo Drive of the Pacific” since most major designers have shops either in Waikiki along Kalakaua Avenue, in the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center or in the Ala Moana Shopping Center, once the largest shopping mall in the US, still the largest shopping mall in Hawaii. However, there are many local, less expensive alternatives to be found in both Waikiki and other local shopping malls and in the small towns around the island. Nightlife can be as simple as sitting on the grass near the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center or on the beach in Waikiki listening to the free entertainment while you watch the local ladies practice their hula or as involved as traipsing almost half way around the island to the Polynesian Cultural Center to enjoy their luau and Polynesian entertainment provided by students at Brigham Young University. Most nightclubs are open late, and you can find karaoke bars, Irish pubs, hip hop dancing, or quiet ukuleles strumming. Welcome to Honolulu! Contents: Introducing Honolulu Culture Shopping Nightlife and Entertainment Restaurants and Dining Orientation Climate and When to Visit Sightseeing Highlights and Things To Do Circle Island Bus Tour Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum Waikiki Aquarium Waikiki Zoo Kapiolani Park Ala Moana Park Kailua Park Royal Hawaiian Band Lyon Arboretum Walking tours of Waikiki Sunset on the Beach Daily Fish Auction at Kewalo Basin Aloha Tower Marketplace Free Lessons in Hawaiian Culture at the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center Chinatown Arizona Memorial USS Missouri Memorial Diamond Head State Monument King Kamehameha Statue Hawaii State Capitol Building Iolani Palace Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific (Punchbowl) Fish for Pacific Blue Marlin on a Charter Boat Honolulu Academy of Art/Shangri La (Doris Duke Collection) Dole Plantation Pineapple Garden Maze Recommendations for the Budget Traveler Places To Stay Places To Eat & Drink Places To Shop

4 review for Honolulu (Oahu, Hawaii) Travel Guide - Sightseeing, Hotel, Restaurant & Shopping Highlights (Illustrated)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Dakota Riley

  2. 5 out of 5

    Paula

  3. 4 out of 5

    Tawnya

  4. 4 out of 5

    Andréa

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Loading...
We use cookies to give you the best online experience. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies in accordance with our cookie policy.