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Vacations and World Travel Visiting our beautiful city? Come stay at the Arbutus Vista - Vancouver's Bed & Breakfast.
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Old 12-05-2017, 10:39 PM   #226
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Going to Waikiki for a week with my 6 month year old. We need a kitchen, crib, carseat, etc.

Any suggestions on where to stay and any tips that would make our trip more comfortable.

I checked out airbnb but they seemed run down. Expedia is expensive from my search

Thanks in advance
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Have you tried a condo rental? My friends did that when they came down with their two kids. More relaxed and full sized kitchen


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Going to Waikiki for a week with my 6 month year old. We need a kitchen, crib, carseat, etc.

Any suggestions on where to stay and any tips that would make our trip more comfortable.

I checked out airbnb but they seemed run down. Expedia is expensive from my search

Thanks in advance
Rent a timeshare that's what we do
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Wyndham waikiki beach Walk is cheap and a good location
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Bump, whats some good places to stay on Oahu, waikiuor otherwise? Budget around $300/nt before fees. Ideally has its own private beach that is easily access (e.g. not having to cross streets, etc.)

Open to hotels or cottages/bnbs etc.
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