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Oahu is one-stop Hawaii---all the allure of the Islands in a chop-suey mix that has you kayaking around offshore islets by day and sitting in a jazz club 'round midnight, all without ever having to take another flight or repack your suitcase. It offers both the buzz of modern living in jam-packed Honolulu (the state's capital) and the allure of slow-paced island life on its northern and eastern shores. It is, in many ways, the center of the Hawaiian universe.
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With regard to whatever you eat while in Hawaii, if you like it, you don’t say "it's good," you say it “broke da mouth!”
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With six islands and thousands of hotels, where to stay in Hawaii? As close to the beach as you can. You’ve waited so long to go, do it right.
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For something a little different, why not spend the afternoon hiking around a 760-foot volcanic crater? Lēʻahi is otherworldly—a spectacular site to behold.
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The five halls of the Bishop Museum include Hawaiian art and artifacts, natural-history displays, a three-story simulated volcano and a planetarium.
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Visit the USS Arizona Memorial, commemorating the battleship sunk in a surprise attack, and the USS Missouri, where Japan formally surrendered.
Start early to avoid crowds and heat on the 0.8-mile walk to the crest of this volcanic crater. Your reward is a fantastic view of Honolulu’s shore.
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Watch expert surfers ride huge waves in winter. In summer, swim or sunbathe on gorgeous beaches such as Waimea, Sunset and Bayview.
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This historic and colorful district in downtown Honolulu bustles with restaurants, produce markets, art galleries and specialty boutiques.
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