Rhythm & Ribs Festival

If you've been waiting for a good time to visit St. Augustine, the Rhythm and Ribs Festival is the time to go! Every year, St. Augustine hosts the Rhythm and Ribs Festival to celebrate BBQ, live music, and fun activities for the whole family. The 2018 Festival will take place the weekend of April 6th through […]

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The Big Island, Hawaii

The Hawaiian Islands – The Big Island

Hawai’i is the largest of the islands, hence its nickname “The Big Island”. It is also the youngest and it’s still expanding, due to the ongoing activity of the volcano Kilauea. The Big Island can feel like several islands in one. It contains 11 of the 13 officially recognized climate zones and has been named […]

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The Hawaiian Islands: Lana’i and Molokai

Lanai and Molokai are the least populated of the major islands. Lanai doesn’t even have a traffic light and only 30 miles of Lanai’s roads are paved. The rest require a 4×4 off-road vehicle to traverse. Molokai has a population of only 7,000 who are mostly of native Hawaiian descent. Both appeal to those seeking […]

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Kauai, Hawaii

The Hawaiian Islands – Kauai

Known as the Garden Island or Island of Discovery, Kaua’i invites you to renew your connection with nature. Its residents are fiercely independent and ardently guard the island’s small –town charm. In fact, county ordinance states that no building exceed the height of a coconut tree. The oldest and northernmost of the Hawaiian Islands, it […]

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The Hawaiian Islands: Practical Hawaii

Getting There and Getting Around Honolulu International Airport on Oahu is the state’s major airport and the entry point for most visitors. Travel between islands is by air. All the islands have one, or sometimes two, regional airports. It would seem logical that Hawaii would have a network of water transportation between the islands, but […]

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Maui, Hawaii

The Hawaiian Islands – Maui

Maui is known as the Magic Isle and is the second-largest in the Hawaiian chain. It is beloved by locals and visitors alike. Conde Nast Readers have consistently named Maui one of the “Best Islands in the World”. The main visitors’ centers of the island are West Maui, defined by the deep valleys and ridges […]

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Waikiki, Oahu, Hawaii

The Hawaiian Islands – Oahu

Aloha! Hawai’i is truly America’s paradise. We call it a “Paradise without a Passport.” Whether you’re looking for an active adventure or just lazing on a perfect beach, Hawai’i has something for everyone. It’s definitely worth the trip. There are eight main islands in the Hawaiian Archipelago and six are open to visitors: O’ahu, Kaua’i, […]

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Fast & Furious – Supercharged!

This spring, Universal Orlando Resort™ will be introducing its newest attraction, Fast & Furious – Supercharged, bringing one of the world’s hottest film franchises to life. Fast & Furious is a global phenomenon and one of the highest-grossing film franchises of all time. Millions of people from all over the world have been captivated by […]

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