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WP B5-27 Meeting Arrangements for Hawaii

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									                                                                SCRSP WGA/B
                                                                WGA/WP A5-165
                                                                WGB/WP B5-27


                  International Civil Aviation Organization
        Surveillance and Conflict Resolution Systems Panel (SCRSP)
                       Working Group A/B Meetings
                             Stockholm, Sweden
                                  May 2003

                                 Information Paper

      SCRSP WORKING GROUP MEETINGS – NOVEMBER 2003

                                (Presented by Ron Jones)



                                        Summary

This information paper summarizes the meeting arrangements for the planned meetings of
SCRSP Working Groups and Subgroups being hosted by the U.S. Federal Aviation
Administration from 3-14 November 2003. The meeting location will be Hilton Hawaiian
Village hotel in Honolulu, Hawaii.
1.   Introduction

The United States, Federal Aviation Administration, is pleased to host the next SCRSP
Working Group Meetings at the Hilton Hawaiian Village in Honolulu, Hawaii from 3-14
November 2003. Casual dress is suggested for the SCRSP Working Group meeting
participants.


2. Meeting Information

The Federal Aviation Administration has made arrangements for hosting the SCRSP working
group meetings at the Hilton Hawaiian Village which includes meeting rooms and a meeting
office (“engine room”). The hotel has several major buildings within their complex. The
SCRSP Working Group meeting rooms are located in the “Kalia Conference Center”
located within the “Kalia Tower” building (see attached material on the hotel complex). The
meeting rooms will be provided to support the following meeting schedule: The conference
room names (tentative) are shown below in [brackets]. Additional meeting facilities to host a
TSG meeting immediately prior to the WG-B meeting are possible, if needed.

     Day            Week 1 (3-7 Nov.)                                     Week 2 (10-14 Nov.)
      Monday                         WG-B [Kahili Suite]                    WG-A [Kahili Suite]
      Tuesday                        WG-B [Kahili Suite]                    WG-A [Kahili Suite]
      Wednesday                      WG-B [Kahili Suite]                    WG-A [Kahili Suite]
      Thursday           WG-B           ACAS-SG             ASAS-SG         WG-A [Kahili Suite]
                      [Kahili Suite]   [Lehua Suite]       [Hibiscus 2]
      Firday             WG-B           ACAS-SG             ASAS-SG         WG-A [Kahili Suite]
                      [Kahili Suite]   [Lehua Suite]       [Hibiscus 2]

A meeting office (“engine room”) will also be provided for the meeting period starting on
Sunday afternoon (2 November) prior to the WG-B meeting and continuing through the final
Friday (14 November) of the WG-A meeting. The tentative location for the meeting office
will be the “Hibiscus 1” room located in the same area as the meeting rooms. Limited on-site
copying services will be available in support of the SCRSP meetings. Working Group
members are requested to either bring an adequate number of copies of their working papers
to the meeting or to e-mail an electronic copy of their working papers no later than 15
October to both of the following e-mail addresses. Note that many e-mail servers will not
accommodate attachments of larger than 2 MB total, therefore check the total size of your e-
mail attachments and split into separate e-mails if necessary.

       E-mail working papers to:
                                     Ron Forde
                                     BAE Systems
                                     e-mail: ron.forde@baesystems.com

       Please also copy your e-mail submissions to:
                                 Ron Jones
                                 FAA
                                 e-mail: ronnie.jones@faa.gov




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3. Hotel Information

The hotel is centrally located approximately 8 miles (13 KM) from the Honolulu international
airport. It is located at the western end of Waikiki Beach. You can check out the hotel’s web
site at:

       (http://www.hilton.com/en/hi/hotels/index.jhtml?ctyhocn=HNLHVHH)

A block of guest rooms have been reserved for the SCRSP Working Group members starting
on Saturday, 1 November continuing through Thursday night, 13 November. The number of
guest rooms included in the reserved block has been based on attendance at recent SCRSP
working group and subgroup meetings.

Reservations should be made directly with the hotel in order to receive the substantially
discounted room rate that has been negotiated for the ICAO SCRSP working group
meetings. Note that the hotel will not pay a commission to travel agents making bookings at
the SCRSP meeting discounted room rate. If your employer requires that you book through a
travel agent, then after the hotel reservation has been made, please contact the hotel to inform
them that you already have a reservation and that you will be attending the SCRSP Working
Group Meeting. This will allow the FAA to get credit for your stay in the hotel against the
block of rooms that have been reserved for the SCRSP meetings.

When Making Reservations you MUST indicate you will be attending the “SCRSP
Working Group Meetings” or identify the meeting with the Group Code “BIH”. For
those SCRSP working group members that desire to make their hotel booking on-line, you
must enter the Group Code of “BIH” when making your on-line reservations in order to
receive the discounted SCRSP meeting rates. The web address for booking on-line is:

       https://secure.hilton.com/en/hi/res/choose_dates.jhtml;jsessionid=LCEH3KRKLDFB
       VJ31AOQMJLQ?_requestid=1366584&hotel=HNLHVHH

Be certain to enter the Group/Convention Code “BIH” in the on-line registration form. The
rate for a single “Village Garden View Room” should be listed as $112 per night (the
discounted rate for the SCRSP working group meetings). If you have trouble booking your
room at the SCRSP meeting rate via the Hilton Web site, please phone or fax the hotel’s
reservation desk at the phone numbers listed below to make your reservation.

Please make your Hotel Reservations by 25 September 2003.

SCRSP members are encouraged to book well in advance of the above deadline in order to
ensure the availability of a room. The reserved block of rooms for the SCRSP working group
meetings start with a limited number for Saturday night, 1 November then increases during
the days of the actual meetings. The last night covered by the block of reserved rooms is
Thursday night, 13 November. The negotiated SCRSP meeting room rate will also apply for
3 days prior and 3 days after the nominal meeting period but the availability of guest rooms at
the agreed to meeting rate may be limited for these extra days. Early booking is especially
encouraged for those SCRSP members desiring to arrive before Sunday, 2 November, or to
depart after Friday, 14 November, in order to ensure the availability of a room.




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Breakfast is not included in the room rate. On the days of the SCRSP meetings,
complementary coffee will be offered at the SCRSP WG meeting room each morning prior to
the start of the meeting.

The hotel location and room rates are shown below:

       Hilton Hawaiian Village
       2005 Kalia Road
       Honolulu, Hawaii 96815 USA

       Tel: +1 808-949-4321
       Fax: +1 808-947-7898

Room rates (NOT inclusive of 11.41% local tax) for the meeting are:
      Single        US$ 112.00 per night
      Double        US$ 132.00 per night

   Note that members of the “Hilton Honors” program may be eligible for a further discount
   on the Double Room rate. Membership in “Hilton Honors” is free. Applications for
   membership in “Hilton Honors” can be made on-line at:
           https://www.hiltonhhonors.com/enroll/enroll1.asp
   “Hilton Honors” members should provide their membership number when making their
   room reservation in order to receive any discounts or other benefits.

You will need to provide a credit card number when booking your room. Any room
cancellations must be made at least 72 hours before your planned arrival date,
otherwise one night room rate will be charged.

Check-in time is 2pm (1400) and check-out time is 11am (1100).

Located on Waikiki’s widest stretch of beach, the Hilton Hawaiian Village Beach Resort &
Spa features lush tropical gardens, waterfalls, exotic wildlife and priceless artwork. The
Hilton Hawaiian Village is one of the world’s largest beach hotel resorts with nearly 3,000
guest rooms.       The Hilton Hawaiian Village offers a perfect blend of luxurious
accommodations, over 20 restaurants and lounges, shopping, recreational and cultural
activities, nightly entertainment and more. Hilton Hawaiian Village provides a six-level
parking garage, conveniently accessible to all 6 towers of the Resort. Self-parking and valet
parking are both available at additional costs. All Guest Rooms offer the following amenities:
      Alarm clock/radio

      Balcony/Lanai

      Cable TV and premium channels (HBO,CNN, ESPN, pay-per-view)

      Coffeemaker

      Dataports

      Electronic locks

      Hair dryer

      In-room controlled air-conditioning


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      In-room movies

      In-room refreshment center

      In-room safe (at a nominal fee)

      Iron and ironing board

      Refrigerator

      Stationery and post cards

      Toiletries

      Voice mail

      Voltage adapter (available upon request)

      Work desk or work space with lamp


Questions related to the meeting arrangements my be directed to:

       Ron Jones
       FAA ASD-140
       800 Independence Ave. SW
       Washington, DC 20591

       Tel: 202-385-7133
       Fax: 202-385-7137
       e-mail: ronnie.jones@faa.gov

       -or-

       Ron Forde
       BAE Systems

       Tel: 202-646-5915
       Fax: 202-646-5815
       e-mail: ron.forde@baesystems.com




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4. Access to Honolulu and the Hilton Hawaiian Village

FROM: Honolulu International Airport

         Distance from Airport to hotel: approximately 8 miles.

         Transportation to and from the Airport

             Information on the Honolulu International Airport including information on
             the transportation options to and from the hotel can be found at the following
             Web site:

                 http://www.state.hi.us/dot/airports/oahu/hnl/hnl_ground_trans.htm

             ”Airport Waikiki Express” shuttle service, operated by Roberts, offers
             transportation to the hotels along Waikiki beach (including the Hilton
             Hawaiian Village) – pickup is outside the baggage claim area, currently the
             charge is $8 (one way) or $13 (return).

             Taxi , typical minimum charge is $30.00

         Driving a Rental Car from the Airport to the Hotel

             Driving time: approximately 20 min. (to 2 weeks depending on your
             navigation skills)

             Directions: The H1 Freeway is adjacent to the airport. Coming out of the
             airport follow the signs to H1 East. Once on H1, stay in right lane and exit
             onto Nimitz Highway. Nimitz Highway will become Ala Moana Blvd.
             Continue on Ala Monana Blvd. for several miles until you reach Kalia Road
             where you will need to turn right to the Hilton Hawaiian Village. Note that
             while driving on Ala Monana Blvd., the right turn for the Hilton (right onto
             Kalia Road) is about a ½ mile after you pass the Ala Monana shopping center
             on the left and the Ala Monana Park on the right.




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Meeting
 Hotel
Location




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5. Miscellaneous Information

   Activities
      Information on suggested evening and weekend activities will be provided to SCRSP
      members at the meeting. It may be possible to organize one or more group activities
      for the SCRSP working group members during their stay in Honolulu. After you
      arrive at the hotel, please check with the SCRSP office (engine room) for additional
      information.

   Exchange Facilities
      Available at the Airport and Banks are open Monday to Friday from 0900 to 1500.

   Bus Services
      The mass transit system can take you to many of the island most popular attractions.
      Fares are approximately $1.

   Discount Coupons
      Clip the coupons in the free visitor publications that you find at the airport or along
      the shops of Waikiki Beach. They will save you a considerable amount of money.
      There are two-for-one admissions to top attractions, early-bird dinning discounts at
      restaurants and free gifts and generous reductions on merchandise at certain of the
      local shops.

   Weather
     The typical daily temperature range in November is from 21 to 28 degrees Celsius.
     Some rain can be expected in Honolulu in November.


6. General Information About Hawaii

Hawaii (he-wä´ê), is the 50th state of the US. It is composed of a group of eight major islands
and numerous smaller islands and inlets in the central Pacific Ocean.

The island of Oahu is the commercial center as well as the most populated of the Hawaiian
Islands. Here is where you will find the capital city of Honolulu and popular Waikiki Beach.

Honolulu is the eleventh largest city in the United States. The climate allows for an array of
outdoor activities, whether you prefer swimming, sailing, golfing, hiking or jogging. The
parks and beaches, such as Hanauma Bay, as well as the botanical gardens, are not to be
missed.

Much of Hawaii’s culture is nurtured and protected in Honolulu. Founded in 1869, the
Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum has been called "the heart of Hawaii’s heritage”. Housed
within its walls are hundreds of Hawaii artifacts and hundreds of thousands of historical
photographs and documents. Iolani Palace, in downtown Honolulu, is the only royal palace in
the U.S. and the official residence of Hawaii’s last two monarchs, King Kalakaua and Queen
Liliuokalani, displays lavish turn-of-the-century art and furnishings.




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The most famous landmark, Diamond Head, peaks at 720 feet and provides a spectacular
view of Honolulu. Surfing is synonymous with the island’s North Shore. Winter swells create
the monstrous waves that draw the world’s best surfers each winter.




         Kauai
                                                Molokai
                 Honolulu      
                             Oahu
                                                                Maui

                                        Lanai




                    Hawaiian Islands
                                                            Hawaii




The SCRSP meeting will be in Honolulu, which is located on the southern coast of the island
of Oahu. The following web sites provide information of interest to visitors to Hawaii.
       http://www.gohawaii.com/
       http://www.frommers.com/destinations/hawaii
       http://www.fodors.com/miniguides/mgresults.cfm?destination=honolulu_oahu@75

Some SCRSP working group members may wish to visit some of the other islands in the state
of Hawaii. The islands of Hawaii (“the Big Island”), Maui and Kauai are all popular tourist
destinations. Once you arrive in Honolulu, airline “Inter-Island Flight Coupons” can be
purchased for approximately $70 (each way) for flights to the other islands. This is generally
less expensive that booking inter-island flights before arriving in Hawaii. Inter-Island Flight
Coupons can be purchased from the Hawaiian Airlines or Aloha Airlines ticket offices in
Honolulu. Also coupons for inter-island flights on Hawaiian Airlines can be purchased from
Bank of Hawaii ATM machines. Once you have the coupon, you can contact the airline to
book on a specific flight.

The Web site for airlines offering service between the islands are:
       http://www.hawaiianair.com/
       http://www.alohaairlines.org/aq/index.shtml




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                      SCRSP WG
                       Meetings




Hilton Hawaiian Village Hotel Complex
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                                                              Attachment to:
                                                             WGA/WP A5-165
                                                              WGB/WP B5-27




Things to do in Honolulu and around the island of Oahu




   This attachment describes a number of “after hours” and
   weekend activities that the SCRSP working group members
   may wish to consider during their stay in Honolulu.




   Transportation around the island of Oahu: Organized tours can
   be booked at the hotel service desk. Alternatively you can rent a
   car or take public bus transportation from near the hotel to many of
   the popular tourist destinations.


   Once you arrive in Honolulu be certain to pick up copies of the
   local tourist magazines where you will find discount coupons
   for many of the local tourist attractions as well as discounts for
   many of the popular restaurants.




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              Tourist Attractions on the Island of Oahu

Pearl Harbor Tours: Pearl Harbor is located on the southern coast of Oahu west of
Honolulu. Pearl Harbor is home to three popular naval tourist attractions. Tours of three
different World War II era vessels are offered: (1) Arizona Memorial is a beautiful white
structure that shields the remains of the Arizona and serves as a memorial to the 1102 men
who went down with the ship.; (2) Battleship Missouri Memorial (tour of the famous
battleship); and (3) the submarine Bowfin (guided tour). Organized tours can be booked at
the hotel service desk. Alternatively you can drive a rental car or take public bus
transportation from near the hotel to Pearl Harbor.

Dole Pinapple Pavilion: Located just a few miles inland from Pearl Harbor is the Dole
Plantation. This tourist pavilion focuses on the historical and modern-day consumption of
Hawaii's famed fruit. The pavilion also features a 1.7 mile pineapple maze, consisting of
11450 Hawaiian plants. 64-1550 Kamehameha Highway, Wahiawa, Hawaii

North Shore: From November to February, world-famously huge waves - some in the
legendary order of 50ft (15m) high - break along Oahu's relatively untrammeled north shore,
where they're greeted by an enthusiastic community of surfing dudes and dudettes, and just as
enthusiastic onlookers. Sunset Beach is one of the three prime surfing locations in the area -
the others are the Banzai Pipeline off Ehukai Beach, and Waimea

Waimea Valley and Adventures Park is located on the north shore of Oahu. The park
encompasses over 1800 acres of land and is home to 2500 different species of flora from all
around the world. - 59-864 Kamehameha Highway, Haleiwa.

Polynesian Cultural Center – Located on the northeast coast of Oahu. Probably one of the
most visited sites in the islands, the Polynesian Cultural Center attempts to, and succeeds at,
giving the curious tourist an extensive view to traditional Polynesian traditions. The Center
offers tourists samples of traditional villages from Fiji to Tonga. All in all, the center spans a
total of 42 acres. - 55-370 Kamehameha Highway, Laie.

Hanauma Bay - Famed for its incredible snorkeling, the bay features a volcanic crater home
to dozens of fish species, multiple reefs, and a beautiful beach. Snorkeling equipment
available to rent. - 7455 Kalanianaole Highway.

Diamond Head – This picturesque volcanic peak is located just east of Honolulu. Though
there are no diamonds on Diamond Head, its beautiful views more than make up for its lack
of precious stones. Over 750 feet in height, this extinct volcano once served as a military
fortification overlooking the city. Until a few facility was completed a few years ago, the
FAA’s air traffic control center was located within the Diamond Head crater - Monasarrat
Avenue at 18th Avenue.




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         Tourist Attractions within the city of Honolulu
Aloha Tower - Once historic Honolulu's tallest building and now the waterfront center for
shopping, dining and entertainment all week long. Great views and a wonderful people. - On
the waterfront at Honolulu Harbor.
Atlantis Submarine – Depart from near the Hilton Hawaiian Village for a submarine tour.
See coral reefs, marine life, two sunken ships and the remains of two aircraft on a high-tech
submarine dive to a depth of 100 feet (30 meters).
Bishop Museum - This museum is located in Honolulu and was built by and named for
Charles Bishop, served as a storage place for the treasures of the old Hawaiian royalty. 1525
Bernice Street.
Chinatown - Though not nearly as famous as its San Francisco and New York
counterparts, Honolulu's Chinatown still deserves some regard. Everything from
acupuncture clinics and art galleries to Thai restaraunts and old-fashioned noodle
shops dot the colorful landscape. - King Street, between Smith and River Streets.
Damien Museum - Father Damien, the Belgian missionary famed for helping those afflicted
with Hansen's Disease, has his own musuem in Waikiki. Though he is most famous for his
hospital located on the island of Molokai, this museum features, among others, several exibits
and a short video that packs an emotional wallop. - 130 Ohua Avenue, Waikiki.
Hawaii Maritime Center - This museum features some interesting exibits as its main
highlights, including the "Falls of Clyde", an old four-masted schooner, and the Hokulea, a
reproduction of traditional Hawaiian craft. - Ala Moana Boulevard, at Pier 7.
International Market Place - This open-air market features a variety of traditional artisans
and craftsmen, including basket-weavers and wood-cutters. A great place to pick up a few
souvenirs. - 2330 Kalakaua Avenue.
Iolani Palace - [This beautiful building was built for King Kalakaua and was later ruled over
by his daughter, Queen Liliuokalani, the last ruler of independent Hawaii. It is the United
State's only royal palace. - King and Richard Streets.
Pleasant Hawaiian (formerly "Kodak") Hula Show – Located just beyond the
eastern end of Waikiki Beach. This famed Hula show has been in operation since
1937 and to this day, continues to offer some of the most colorful Hula shows around.
- 2805 Monsarrat Avenue
Waikiki Aquarium - This aquarium features over 300 different species and varieties
of marine life, and recently, a new Hawaii reef habitat has been added. - 2777
Kalakaua Avenue.
US Army Musuem - Next just down the street from the Hilton Hawaiian Village. Though
this museum's primary focus is on the US Army's involvement in the second world war, it
also features some good, solid info pertaining to the actions of the US Army during the
Vietnam War. - Ft. DeRussy Building, 32 Kalia Road.




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Hilton Hawaiian Village
FREE Activities


                               Free Fun Activities!
                               The Hilton Hawaiian Village offers a number of free
                               activities each day. SCRSP WG members may want to
                               check out the Friday evening Fireworks as well as the
                               weekend activities. If you are bringing your family along
                               to Honolulu, be sure to check out the free activities
                               offered each day of the week. (All activities and times
                               subject to change.)



          Monday
          8 a.m.                          Penguin & Turtle Feeding
          8:30 a.m.                       Duck and Sacred Ibis Feeding
          9 a.m.                          Koi (Carp) Feeding
          9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.            Hilton Hawaiian Village Property Tour
          10 a.m. to 11 a.m.              Snorkeling Lessons
          10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.           Lauhala Weaving
          10 a.m. to noon                 Hawaiian Quilting
          1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.          Ukulele Making Demonstration
          1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m.             Lei Making, Hula and Ukulele
          2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m.             Lauhala Head Band Making
          3 p.m.                          Penguin and Turtle Feeding
          4 p.m. to 5 p.m.                Wildlife & Ecology Tour
          6 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.             Torch Lighting Ceremony



          Tuesday
          6:30 a.m. to 7:30 a.m.          Ohana Healthwalk
          7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.          Tai Chi Stretch
          8 a.m.                          Penguin and Turtle Feeding
          8:30 a.m.                       Duck and Sacred Ibis Feeding
          9 a.m.                          Koi (Carp) Feeding
          10 a.m. to 11 a.m.              Snorkeling Lessons
          10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.           Lei Making, Hula and Ukulele
          noon to 1:30 p.m.               Hawaiian Quilting Demonstration
          2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.             Coconut Frond Weaving
          2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m.             Lauhala Head Band Making
          3 p.m.                          Penguin and Turtle Feeding
          3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.             Ukulele Making Demonstration



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6 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.        Torch Lighting Ceremony



Wednesday
8 a.m.                     Penguin & Turtle Feeding
8:30 a.m.                  Duck and Sacred Ibis Feeding
9 a.m.                     Koi (Carp) Feeding
9:30 a.m.to 10:30 a.m.     Low-impact Aerobics
9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.       Hilton Hawaiian Village Property Tour
10 a.m. to 11 a.m.         Snorkeling Lessons
10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.      Lauhala Weaving Lessons
11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.   Aquacize
1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m.        Lei Making, Hula & Ukulele
3 p.m.                     Penguin & Turtle Feeding
3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.        Ukulele Making Demonstration
6 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.        Torch Lighting Ceremony



Thursday
6:30 a.m. to 7:30 a.m.     Ohana Healthwalk
7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.     Tai Chi Stretch
8 a.m.                     Penguin and Turtle Feeding
8:30 a.m.                  Duck and Sacred Ibis Feeding
9 a.m.                     Koi (Carp) Feeding
10 a.m. to 11 a.m.         Snorkeling Lessons
10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.      Lei Making, Hula and Ukulele
noon to 1:30 p.m.          Hawaiian Quilting Demonstration
2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.        Coconut Frond Weaving
2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m.        Lauhala Head Band Making
3 p.m.                     Penguin & Turtle Feeding
3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.        Ukulele Making Demonstration
4 p.m. to 5 p.m.           Eating Healthy & Keiki Cooking
6 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.        Torch Lighting Ceremony



Friday
8 a.m.                     Penguin & Turtle Feeding
8:30 a.m.                  Duck & Sacred Ibis Feeding
9 a.m.                     Koi (Carp) Feeding
9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.    Hula Fitness
10 a.m. to 11 a.m.         Snorkeling Lessons
10 a.m. to noon            Hawaiian Quilting Demonstration
1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m.        Feather Lei Making Demonstration
1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m.        Lei Making, Hula & Ukulele



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2:30 to 4 p.m.           Lauhala Head Band Making
3 p.m.                   Penguin & Turtle Feeding
3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.      Hilton Hawaiian Village Property Tour
6 p.m. to 6:15 p.m.      King's Jubilee Keiki Parade
                         (October through March)
6:15 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.   King's Jubilee & Fireworks - Super Pool
                         (October through March)


Saturday
10 a.m. to 11 a.m.       Snorkeling Lessons
1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.   Ukulele Making Demonstration
2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m.      Lauhala Head Band Making
6 p.m. to 6:45 p.m.      Music, Songs & Dance of Polynesia




Sunday
9 a.m.                   Catholic Mass
10 a.m. to 11 a.m.       Snorkeling Lessons
10:30 a.m.               Church Service - Protestant
10:30 a.m.               Interdenominational Service on the Beach
1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.   Ukulele Making Demonstration
6 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.      Torch Lighting Ceremony




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                              Restaurants

   Restaurants at and within 0.3 km of the Hilton Hawaiian Village
Distance From Hotel       Restaurant Name / Address Phone
0 feet                   Benihana                          808-955-5955
(0.0 km)                 2005 Kalia Rd
                         Honolulu HI, 96815-1917
0 feet                   Casa Ortega Mexican Restaurant    808-949-3988
(0.0 km)                 2005 Kalia Rd
                         Honolulu HI, 96815-1917
0 feet                   Hanajuban                         808-941-8710
(0.0 km)                 2005 Kalia Rd
                         Honolulu HI, 96815-1917
0 feet                   Village Steak & Seafood Restaurant 808-949-4321
(0.0 km)                 2005 Kalia Rd
                         Honolulu HI, 96815-1917
0 feet                   Bali-By-The-Sea                   808-941-2254
(0.0 km)                 2005 Kalia Rd
                         Honolulu HI, 96815-1917
0 feet                   Rainbow Lanai                     808-949-4321
(0.0 km)                 2005 Kalia Rd
                         Honolulu HI, 96815-1917
0 feet                   Niumalu Cafe & Bar                808-949-4321
(0.0 km)                 2005 Kalia Rd
                         Honolulu HI, 96815-1917
0 feet                   Pasta Festival                    808-941-2254
(0.0 km)                 2005 Kalia Rd
                         Honolulu HI, 96815-1917
0 feet                   Hatsuhana Of USA                  808-946-8287
(0.0 km)                 2005 Kalia Rd
                         Honolulu HI, 96815-1917
0 feet                   Golden Dragon Restaurant          808-946-5336
(0.0 km)                 2005 Kalia Rd
                         Honolulu HI, 96815-1917




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 Distance
             Restaurant Name / Address           Phone
from Hotel
258 feet     Todai Restaurant                    808-947-1000
(0.08 km)    1910 Ala Moana Blvd # 5
             Honolulu HI, 96815-1814
258 feet     Singha Thai Cuisine                 808-941-2898
(0.08 km)    1910 Ala Moana Blvd
             Honolulu HI, 96815-1814
289 feet     Wailana Coffee House                808-955-1764
(0.09 km)    1860 Ala Moana Blvd
             Honolulu HI, 96815-1632
391 feet     Kobe' Japanese Steak House          808-941-4444
(0.12 km)    1841 Ala Moana Blvd
             Honolulu HI, 96815-1693
454 feet     My Lien                             808-955-4009
(0.14 km)    1831 Ala Moana Blvd # 2
             Honolulu HI, 96815-1650
618 feet     Padovani's Bistro & Wine Bar        808-946-3456
(0.19 km)    1956 Ala Moana Blvd
             Honolulu HI, 96815-1829
782 feet     Dynasty Restaurant                  808-947-3771
(0.24 km)    1778 Ala Moana Blvd
             Honolulu HI, 96815-1605
782 feet     McDonald's                          808-973-2354
(0.24 km)    1778 Ala Moana Blvd
             Honolulu HI, 96815-1605
782 feet     Fox & Hounds Pub & Grub             808-947-3776
(0.24 km)    1778 Ala Moana Blvd # Ll12
             Honolulu HI, 96815-1680
782 feet     Aloha Sushi-Waikiki                 808-955-5223
(0.24 km)    1778 Ala Moana Blvd # Ul6b
             Honolulu HI, 96815-1658
782 feet     Capricciosa                         808-942-5250
(0.24 km)    1778 Ala Moana Blvd # Ul8
             Honolulu HI, 96815-1658
782 feet     Starbucks Coffee Co                 808-946-8563
(0.24 km)    1778 Ala Moana Blvd # Ul6
             Honolulu HI, 96815-1658
806 feet     Fanny's Chinese Food                808-941-8155
(0.25 km)    464 Ena Rd
             Honolulu HI, 96815-1740
853 feet     Renaissance Ilikai Waikiki          808-949-3811
(0.26 km)    1777 Ala Moana Blvd
             Honolulu HI, 96815-1606
853 feet     Canoes At The Ilikai                808-949-3811
(0.26 km)    1777 Ala Moana Blvd
             Honolulu HI, 96815-1606
853 feet     Sarento's                           808-955-5559
(0.26 km)    1777 Ala Moana Blvd # 225
             Honolulu HI, 96815-1657




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             Restaurant Name / Address      Phone
from Hotel
853 feet     Tanaka Of Tokyo West           808-945-3443
(0.26 km)    1777 Ala Moana Blvd
             Honolulu HI, 96815-1606
868 feet     Zaffron Restaurant             808-944-4000
(0.27 km)    470 Ena Rd
             Honolulu HI, 96815-1734
907 feet     Chart House Restaurant         808-941-6669
(0.28 km)    1765 Ala Moana Blvd # 2
             Honolulu HI, 96815-1496
907 feet     Outback Steakhouse             808-951-6274
(0.28 km)    1765 Ala Moana Blvd
             Honolulu HI, 96815-1435
907 feet     Red Lobster Restaurant         808-955-5656
(0.28 km)    1765 Ala Moana Blvd
             Honolulu HI, 96815-1435
993 feet     Pho Tri                        808-944-1190
(0.3 km)     478 Ena Rd
             Honolulu HI, 96815-1734
993 feet     Spaghetti Hale                 808-949-3216
(0.3 km)     474 Ena Rd # A
             Honolulu HI, 96815-1734




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