Wailuku Guesthouse

Address: 210 South Market Street , Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, 96793, United States | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on 210 South Market Street , Wailuku, is near Maui Mountain Cruisers, Bailey House Museum, Maui Academy of Performing Arts, and Kaahumanu Church.
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      Elf!! The musical!! On Maui!!

      A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto on Nov 29, 2014

      19 photos

      ... since it was after 1 and hadn't run into any place to have lunch yet. The event was at Maui Tropical Plantation, and they had some tents set up with vendors selling wares, food tents and some entertainment. We grabbed a plate of food to share and sat on the grass to eat. We wandered around the vendor tents and headed to the main building of the plantation - they had lots of products to check out, and also some more out buildings with ...

      Arrival in Hawaii plane flight to Maui

      A travel blog entry by mcgowan on Oct 16, 2014

      2 comments, 20 photos

      ... passing many others on our way. Hotel old but comfortable in beautiful surrounds. Tasted the beer which is called Golden Ale and Denise tried Pinot Gris which was different but got better after each glass. Positioned ourselves at the Tiki Bar, next to Tiki Grill, to await arrival of our luggage. Finally arrived, after numerous beers,and we went to our room showered and both fell asleep around ...

      A few days exploring Maui

      A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Jun 28, 2014

      6 comments, 64 photos

      ... the shore, finding views across the water to Molokai, and along the shore to a boat harbour. We take photos of a massive double-canoe project, with fibreglass hulls 50 feet long, a deck bound to the hulls with multiple strands of synthetic rope, not coconut fibre, seats and shelters, and a massive laminated steering paddle. Interesting combination of modern and traditional, looks like it should sail OK when they get it rigged and launched.

      We walk back ...

      Our first week in paradise

      A travel blog entry by elinor.hinton on Feb 16, 2014

      ... here. After relaxing on the beach we headed for some nearby lava-tubes - caves formed from lava flows, that had now filled with water. We got to jump in the water and go exploring though to the other side - it involved clambering through some tiny tiny holes in pretty much pitch darkness (one torch between 12 people wasn't quite enough, but made it more exciting!), before clambering up the rock face back to the sunlight.
      We continued the drive and stopped for some yummy BBQ ...

      Another ridiculously early start

      A travel blog entry by john_chris on Jan 28, 2014

      30 photos

      Another ridiculously early start. We have booked the Pearl harbour half day tour, as we are not here long enough to do the full day one, but the arrangement is all a bit vague. We booked on the internet and have received a receipt for the payment, but no pick up instructions. We told them we were at the Hilton Hawaiian Resort, but until we got here we had not realised what a huge place this is with 4 tower blocks of rooms and at least 3 lobbies. ...