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Christine Brandt
Christine Brandt • 16 weeks ago

Kailua Village Business Improvement District (KVBID) launched a free smartphone application that users can download to learn more about history, significant sites & things to do along Royal Footsteps Along the Kona Coast, the state’s 2nd Hawaii Scenic Byway. The Kona Royal Footsteps APP is an interpretive experience that focuses on Alii Drive’s roughly 7 miles of roadway with seven centuries of archaeological, historic & cultural traditions and more than 2 dozen impressive points of interest.

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