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Hilton Hawaiian Village Boardwalk
Hawaii

I'm told that the ship that embarks from here takes passengers to the submarine ride. Didn't ride on the submarine but it looked like it was a pretty busy spot.

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Uploaded: 23/06/2011
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Tags: hawaii; honolulu; waikiki beach; hilton hawaiin village; boardwalk; submarine; port
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