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July 17, 2013:  Lewers street in ‪‎Waikiki‬ is shut down tonight to shoot scenes for the new ‪‎Godzilla‬ film, which is set to release next May. There were about 300 extras for a chase scene in the movie.  Photo by Jamm Aquino Source: Honolulu Star Advertiser

July 17, 2013: Lewers street in ‪‎Waikiki‬ is shut down tonight to shoot scenes for the new ‪‎Godzilla‬ film, which is set to release next May. There were about 300 extras for a chase scene in the movie. Photo by Jamm Aquino Source: Honolulu Star Advertiser

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Pearl City, Hawaii And a beautiful rainbow.

Pearl City, Hawaii And a beautiful rainbow.

Lewers Street, Waikiki. Whenever I go home every year, I always walk around Waikiki. Just so I can relive my teenage years. I love Waikiki. <3

Lewers Street, Waikiki. Whenever I go home every year, I always walk around Waikiki. Just so I can relive my teenage years. I love Waikiki. <3

Ala Moana Shopping Center is the largest shopping mall in Hawaii and also the largest open-air shopping center in the world (maybe it's because we have around 80 degree weather ALL year long)!

Ala Moana Shopping Center is the largest shopping mall in Hawaii and also the largest open-air shopping center in the world (maybe it's because we have around 80 degree weather ALL year long)!

Aloha Stadium Swap Meet, Oahu, Hawaii. THE place to shop on Oahu! This is where I get my Hawaii seat covers!

Aloha Stadium Swap Meet, Oahu, Hawaii. THE place to shop on Oahu! This is where I get my Hawaii seat covers!

Great aerial from old Surfrider Hotel in Waikiki Beach, Oahu, Hawaii, from 1905.

Great aerial from old Surfrider Hotel in Waikiki Beach, Oahu, Hawaii, from 1905.

Walking along downtown’s Merchant Street is like stepping into 1920s Honolulu, surrounded by Renaissance-revival buildings like the Kamehameha V Post Office (now Kumu Kahua Theatre) and the Yokohama Specie  Bank (the Cole Academy). The frozen-in-time feeling is no accident; in 1973, the 70-acre district between Nuuanu Avenue and Fort Street was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Walking along downtown’s Merchant Street is like stepping into 1920s Honolulu, surrounded by Renaissance-revival buildings like the Kamehameha V Post Office (now Kumu Kahua Theatre) and the Yokohama Specie Bank (the Cole Academy). The frozen-in-time feeling is no accident; in 1973, the 70-acre district between Nuuanu Avenue and Fort Street was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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