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Hotel Honokaa Club.

Moren than 50 years old, this aluminum-roofed, bare-bones "hotel" sits in central Honokaa, the heart of sugar cane country. The rooms are small, somewhat dark and musty, but clean and low priced: shared-bath singles are $8, doubles $12; private-bath doubles cost $18, triples $20. The hotel serves three meals a day; several other restaurants are in town.

From Hilo, drive northwest 39 miles; look for it on your right in the center of town.

Nine miles northwest of Honokaa, you can visit Waipio Valley, where 1,200-foot cliffs drop into a mile-wide valley.
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Title Annotation:Honokaa, Hawaii
Publication:Sunset
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Date:Jul 1, 1985
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