The Kauai Inn

Address: 2430 Hulemalu Rd, Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii, 96766, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2430 Hulemalu Rd, Lihue, is near Blue Hawaiian Helicopters Kauai, Puakea Golf Course, Menehune Fish Pond, and Hanalima Bakery.
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      Travel Blogs from Lihue

      Island hopping

      A travel blog entry by mjanesmith on Aug 29, 2014

      2 comments, 1 photo

      ... to them to get your parking pass. I didn't even sit down and Jeff told them we just wanted to go take a nap (they thought we had flown in from Colorado) so, timeshare rigamarole averted.
      The condo is very nice and if you stand in a certain spot and look diagonally you can see the ocean. LOLWe get unpacked and head out for groceries - the usual, except we did not buy any fruit or flowers thinking we ...

      DAY 14 - PU'U BEACH & POOL

      A travel blog entry by copple on Jul 25, 2014

      11 photos

      ... Hotel is called Pu'u Poa Beach. This beach is really nice because you can also see Hanalei Bay when the water is shallow. The beach is not easy to get to though. There is a long walkway with a lot of steps going down to the beach. Not as crazy as yesterday but still a good workout. Brian & Moli rested on the beach while I did some snorkeling. I saw a lot of fish and the ...

      Nawiliwili ? Strange name for a lovely place

      A travel blog entry by dougo on Apr 27, 2014

      2 comments, 39 photos

      ... we made our way up to the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific” and it seems that Captain Cook took several trees from Australian soil to Hawaii including Eucalypts (called Swamp Mahoghany in Kauai), the Silky Oak, and the Norfolk Pine.






      Our stop at Waimea was a large gift store which had lots of clean toilets. Next door was a small convenience store that sold various items including sandwiches so I bought two for us for lunch on the way.
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      At Least it's Not Snowing!

      A travel blog entry by moorsey88 on Mar 10, 2014

      7 comments

      ... instead of leaving @ 10 a.m., it left @ 6:15 a.m. Oops! Sooooo, clearly I have missed my flight. This has never happened, so I was in unchartered territory. Ok, now what?

      I walk back to the Air Canada ticketing counter, surely they can help me. Ok, not really. The lady there was really nice and helpful (seriously, no sarcasm) and she tells me to phone Aeroplan since my flight was booked on travel reward points. Ashley, ...

      Aloha, not so fast....

      A travel blog entry by murkypig on Feb 10, 2014

      ... are plenty of UA "help centers." I'll admit, I sprinted to the largest help center I knew of, leaving Meg and Rob to run behind me.....what can I say, I didn't want to spend $300 on tickets from HNL to LIH, and I didn't want to spend another day in Chicago (no offense).

      Having first or business class tickets evidently means you are more important than fifteen customers standing in line for an hour. As the VIP line zipped by the common folk, UA thankfully sent ...