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Things to Do on Veterans Day

Veterans Day, honoring those who have served in our armed forces, is celebrated annually on November 11. The United States has celebrated Veterans Day since 1919 and falls on the anniversary of the armistice that ended World War I. Other countries celebrate a day similar to Veterans Day on November 11 (also known as Remembrance Day and Armistice Day). Veterans Day is a perfect chance to visit places that are important to the country’s history and military tradition and to say “Thank You” to those fought for our freedom. Here are our top Veterans Day destinations in the United States:

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Free Honolulu Things To Do and See for Families

Published by under Honolulu

Visiting Hawaii is the dream of many people. If you are fortunate enough to see the beautiful state with your family, there are many attractions to visit without having to spend a fortune to enjoy them. The great thing about Hawaii is its vast natural beauty. Thus the island itself is the attraction and you don’t have to worry about leaving the islands of Aloha with empty pockets. Here are five of the cheapest, most popular tourist attractions in Honolulu:

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Oahu Grand Circle Island Tour with Dole Plantation Review and Promo Code

Published by under DEALS,Honolulu

The Oahu Grand Circle Island Tour with Dole Plantation is perhaps the best way to see one of Hawaii’s most beautiful islands. This tour allows guests to see many of Oahu’s breathtaking and popular attractions all from the comfort of a plush, air-conditioned motor coach. Guests will also enjoy the educational and entertaining narration of a knowledgeable guide as they see some of the island’s most spectacular sights, including the awe inspiring panoramas of Diamond Head lookout, the Valley of the Temples, Pali lookout, and Nuuanu Valley, just to name a few. But perhaps one of the highlights of this particular tour is a visit to the famous Dole Pineapple Plantation where guests can visit the plantation’s gardens or try their luck at the world’s largest maze. The coach will pick up guests at their Waikiki hotel and return them there at the end of the tour, but remember that the 120 mile trek can make for a fun, long day so be sure to get plenty of rest the night before. Also keep in mind that lunch is not provided, so remember to either pack a meal or bring a little money for the stop at the Windward Oahu Restaurant.

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