Oahu Windshield Time

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So many who had traveled to Hawaiii before us offered one common piece of advice – rent a car.   We rented a car, and some days it felt like we spent more time in the car than on land during our Hawaii visit.  Oahu is such an easy island to travel around though, because all we had to do was connect to one of the three interstates, H1, H2 or H3, to get almost anywhere we wanted to go. 

Waikiki, Aloha Bowl, Pearl Harbor, North Shore, Polynesian Cultural Center, Diamond Head, the Marine Corps Base Hawaii, and more, took us from one of the end of the island to the next to the next.  Interestingly enough, everywhere we went, a Roberts Tour bus seemed to be parked right next to us.  And, it was a long drive from one place to the next.  I wish we’d spent more time on the beach! 

So, if you’re headed to Oahu, plan your days carefully to avoid lots of windshield time.  And, you might want to consider a tour bus instead of a car rental.  Just a thought!

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