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, Kaahumanu Church, and Maui Academy of Performing Arts.
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      Elf!! The musical!! On Maui!!

      A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto on Nov 29, 2014

      19 photos

      ... We poked around there for a bit longer, and finally decided to head back to the condo to chill for awhile and have supper. We bbq'd some steaks we had picked up at Costco on the bbq's in the pool area of the condo complex and watched the sunset while we ate on the lanai. Then it was time to head back to the play. We got there a little early and outside the theatre they were selling elf hats that lit up, and they said that we'd get ...

      Hawaiian Cruise-Nawiliwili, Kaua'i

      A travel blog entry by jenni_c_smith on Oct 09, 2014

      6 photos

      ... how beautiful this island is, so far it's my favourite. We saw white egrets, minor birds, zebra doves and many others which I can't recall the names.the gardens and trees are vast with a number of Australian trees too. We then saw the opening of Raiders of the Lost Arc using the same mountain. Then 6 days 7 nights again and South Pacific camping out in the hole behind King Kongs head. The most famous person living here is Bette Midler and the most famous guy is ...

      A few days exploring Maui

      A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Jun 28, 2014

      6 comments, 64 photos

      ... crater" wall, through which clouds, which have climbed the windward slope, are pushing up as we watch. Being the windward side, this has been the wet side of the mountain for thousands of years, so the erosion valleys being on this side is pretty logical. From here we can see some of the buildings on the peak, and blue sky above. Looking across the crater rim, we can see the peaks of the Big Island above a sea of cloud.

      We drive to the Haleakala Visitor ...

      Our first week in paradise

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

      ... before heading to yet another stunning beach and cooling off in the crystal clear ocean. After this we headed up for a hike through the bamboo forest to the biggest waterfall of the trip so far - tumbling about 400ft down. The walk was stunning and the waterfall was definitely worth the walk!
      Wednesday we had more of a chill out day, using it to stock up on food supplies, then on thursday we went on another of the tours. This time we headed to yet another beach and ...

      Hawaii day 4

      A travel blog entry by aammons1992 on Dec 29, 2013

      ... tell. The whales come to Hawaii to breed and not much else and while this female already had a calf this didn't deter the males from trying. We didn't really see much action other then the occasional back out of the water and the blow hole spraying water. But then as we were on our way back to the harbor, the mother and calf decided it was playtime and began smacking the water with their heads and breaching, that is jumping completely out of the ...