The home to the State Capitol, Honolulu on the island of Oahu will be the host city. Oahu, sometimes called “The Gathering Place,” is the third largest island and home to the majority of Hawaii’s diverse ethnic population. Known as the “melting pot of the world,” the contrast between the ancient and the modern, the east and the west, makes discovering Hawaii a memorable experience. Start your Hawaiian adventure by arriving at Honolulu International Airport and smell the fresh plumeria blossoms in the air. Travel the 20-minute ride by taxi or shuttle from the airport to the Ala Moana Hotel, newly redesigned from a multi-million dollar renovation. The hotel is adjacent to Ala Moana Center, the world’s largest open-air shopping mall with 290 merchants and 70 dining options. Honolulu is home to some of Hawaii’s most historic places, Diamond Head and the world famous Waikiki beach. The only official state residence of any royalty in the United States, Iolani Palace, is located in Honolulu and only one of the many state visitor sites. The U.S.S. Arizona and U.S.S. Missouri battleships are located at Pearl Harbor. On the north shore of Oahu, the Polynesian Cultural Center is the state’s biggest attraction, featuring villages of the Polynesian islands and a fabulous show called, “HA—The Breath of Life.” Enjoy shopping at the Aloha Stadium Swap Meet, which boasts of being the largest open air flea market with 700 vendors.

You can do it all or do nothing and just enjoy time in the sun and the warm waters at the beach. For more information, go to .

7/16/2011 - 7/20/2011

Ala Moana Hotel

410 Atkinson Drive

Honolulu, HI. 96814

(800) 367-6025

$145.00 / night

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Germaines Luau

Dole Plantation Spouse Outing

Swap Meet Spouse Outing

Golf Tournament

The Polynesian Cultural Center

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