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  • Waikiki is where Honolulu's glory days lie now with its international restaurants and amazing chefs like Sam Choy, Alan Wong, and Morimoto to name a few to add to the established Roy's, Nobu, and the great restaurants in the hotels mentioned here.

    Patricia Rust: How To Travel In Style In Waikiki

  • Of course, Hawaii doesn't have monkeys but does have a Monkey Bar dance club at the Hyatt named after the real Monkey Bar from Downtown Honolulu's glory days.

    Patricia Rust: How To Travel In Style In Waikiki

  • "This is safer than Mexico any day," said 65-year-old Nancy Campbell of Daingerfield, Texas, who was on Honolulu's Waikiki Beach last week with her husband, a daughter and grandson.

    Hawaii Says 'Aloha' to More Visitors

  • Mike Cummings, Open2View Photography Six years ago, Pallavika Patel and her husband began working with architect Geoffrey Lewis to build this four-bedroom home in Honolulu's Blackpoint neighborhood, which gained fame as the home to Duke Paoa Kahinu Mokoe Hulikohola Kahanamoku, a five-time Olympic medalist in swimming between 1912 and 1924, who is also credited for bringing surfing to Hawaii.

    Honolulu Home

  • Aloha Bed & Breakfast is not on a list of properties approved for transient vacation unit or bed and breakfast use that have been issued nonconforming use certificates by Honolulu's Department of Planning and Permitting.

    Gay couple sue Hawaiian bed and breakfast for discrimination

  • That document-obtained by Allen's creditors during the trial-originated at Honolulu's Hickam Air

    Edgar Allen

  • Once you've surfed on Waikiki Beach, you'll want to check out some more of Honolulu's sites.

    Five People Born on Cinco de Mayo | myFiveBest

  • Â Once you've surfed on Waikiki Beach, you'll want to check out some more of Honolulu's sites.

    Five Mysteries I Would Love To Solve | myFiveBest

  • Peter Savio, a veteran Hawaiian condominium converter, has purchased Honolulu's storied but fading Pagoda Hotel for a mere $7 million.

    Hawaii Local's Inside Play

  • Djou's fundraising surge may allow him to dominate in television ads and help him maintain his lead in public and private polls for the winner-take-all vote in urban Honolulu's 1st Congressional District.

    POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: Wednesday, May 12, 2010

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