Cool Places To Spend An Afternoon In Honolulu

Cool Places To Spend An Afternoon In Honolulu

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Got a few hours of free time? Here are the best places to spend an afternoon exploring Honolulu.

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    Fresh hop was literally dank. Not usually a beer bro but the taster was real good and the vibe is straight mahalo 🌺 -- Glenn Newcomer via Foursquare
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    Loved the 808 pale ale and the felafel sliders were to die for. Ask for a side of the jalapeno aioli to spice up your fries! -- Janae Cram via Foursquare
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    Get the Moana Mai Tai. It was voted the Best Mai Tai in Waikiki. If you want to skip the booze, try any of the fruit smoothies. Delicious. -- M via Foursquare
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    Head out to the high point of the protected beach if you want to take pictures of the sunrise or sunset. It's an elevated surf break that affords a great view of Waikiki and Oahu's "west side". -- Harry Covair via Foursquare
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    Built in 1915, it is one of three Fort Derussy’s in the USA. Each were built during the American Civil War, and today it is a dedication to all the branches of the military. -- HISTORY via Foursquare
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    In 1902 Kaimana Beach was the historic site for the state's first submarine cable providing a telegraphic link between Hawaii and the U.S. mainland. -- AskAboutTravel.com via Foursquare
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    You aren't supposed to be on the beach before 5 a.m. Technically the beach is closed. Police will kick you out. -- Rainbow Drive-In via Foursquare
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    The hardest parts of the climb are the crowds and stairs but it's worth it. Bring proper shoes. Your feet will thank you. And remember it's more about the journey. The destination is the reward. -- Jimmy Kastner via Foursquare
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    Just minutes away from UHM, this beach is popular with both visitors and residents. You can swim, surf, snorkel, dive, people-watch, or just bask in the sun (don't forget to use sunscreen!). -- UH Manoa via Foursquare
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    Known in the Guinness Book of World Records as the oldest sporting club in the Pacific for cricket; it is also home of the finish line of the Honolulu Marathon that takes place each year. -- HISTORY via Foursquare
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    First built in 1879, the Palace was a symbol of promise for the Hawaiian Kingdom built by King David Kalakaua, it is now known as a national Historic Landmark for being the only Palace in the US. -- HISTORY via Foursquare
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    Easy hike rewarded by panoramic views of Waikiki, but the sun can be hot. Pace yourself and bring water. -- Arno Gourdol via Foursquare
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