Looking for recommendations for accommodation, restaurants, car hire and things to do which would be suitable for 3 kids under 6 years of age.
We are budget travellers which might be a bit hard in Hawaii but looking for self contained accom which is handy to most things preferably under US$200 / night.
We would like to have a good look around Oahu so car hire our best option i think. Just wondering if it is worth looking for accom on some other part of the island for a few days or keep our sightseeing as day trips?
My wife would love to shop, its high on her list of priorities. Mine is food and eating.
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I won a ten day trip to the Hilton Hawain village in Wakkiki all expenses paid for two, so I am going to pay for our kids to come as well boy 19 and girl 15. we are all so excited and looking at this december or Jan, I would really love to see alot of the true culture, and was wonder which island is the best to go to for a day trip, we are going to Pearl Harbour for one day tour, and would really like to do another at least two tours while we are there, any suggestions would be really appreciated.
Hi I am needing to contact someone one from the Zales jewellers shop there in Hilo. Email would be ideal as I'm from Australia and its easies to contact that way. If someone could help me out that would be amazing!!! Thank you so much Annah
We are trying to plan our first vacation in 6 years; first with our 3 year old son. We plan to stay one night near Volcano Park but would like a house the rest of the time where we can access a beach, food, etc. but that is still quiet and not so "touristy." Found a great house in Captain Cook that is available (we are going 10/27-11/3); looks great, large enough for us and the other couple +kid who might be coming as well. I have read several different forums and majority opinion is Kailua Kona & Kohala Coast for beach lovers. Any advice would be appreciated.
Is it feasible to book a tour that picks us up from our hotel or should we take our car? Or is there another transportation mode to get there from the Hilton Waikiki? This is for 2 children and 6 adults (4 of which are seniors).
I've also read somewhere that you are not allowed to bring your back packs, or purses into these places? Is that true?
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