Waikiki Hana Hotel

Address: 2424 Koa Ave, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii, 96815, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Waikiki area of Honolulu, is near Saint Augustine Church, Waikiki Diving Center, Damien Museum, and Lucoral Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Honolulu

Hiatus in Honolulu

A travel blog entry by goodner on Mar 03, 2015

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... had 3 water slides (and a fourth but it was closed) and 2 hot tubs. It was very fun to slide but soon my sister and I felt like there was more to be done. So we decided to rent paddle boards. A paddle board is just like a surf board except instead of using waves for power you stand on it and use an extended paddle to paddle. It came to me much more naturally than it did to my sister so by the end of the 3rd race she invented a new game that is now known as splashy wars. This was ...

Pearl Harbour

A travel blog entry by kfamily on Dec 30, 2014

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... organised.
We were there when the gates opened at 7am and left at 5pm when the gates closed. While we were on the USS Missouri the skies opened up and we got saturated. It was pouring for a couple of hours while we were inside the ship doing the tour.

On the way home had to call back into the outlet shopping centre to pick up a couple of other things.

A really interesting day.

Happy New Year to you all...Aloha


Aloha from Hawaii!

A travel blog entry by mnkschultz on Dec 14, 2014

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... to Honolulu was uneventful and we were soon waiting for a shuttle bus to our hotel at Waikiki (a suburb of Honolulu). (Just a hint for others who may travel to Honolulu - we got the "Speedi Shuttle" which was $26 each for a round trip. It was simple to organize, but if you have minimum luggage - the local bus will take you to almost the same places for $2.50 each way.)

We knew that our accommodation was an older, 60's style place - but the price was right ...

Pearl Harbour

A travel blog entry by peat-family1 on Dec 03, 2014

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... We were allowed on 3 decks, right up to the bridge. It was amazing to see how the sailors lived and worked on board. We climbed up and down decks via 'ladders' and going down you had to go down backwards! We also went up to the surrender deck where the 'instrument' was signed by the Japanese.

After touring 'Mighty Mo' we were back on the bus for a tour around Honolulu and Punchbowl cemetery. Sadly they don't allow tour buses ...

Day 36 - Pearl Harbour & Cheesecake

A travel blog entry by dougndev on Nov 23, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... I've ever seen a restaurant so busy!! But we managed to get sat down pretty quickly. The food was lovely but unfortunately some of the service wasn't! Anyway the Oreo cheesecake we had was probably the most sugary thing I've ever had! It was good but I'm so glad we shared it!!! After this we made our way back to the hotel to pack and shower ready for our flight tomorrow morning! Sydney here we come :) ...