SUCCESS SERIES 2009
OFFERS IREM MEMBERS A
UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO
in;october, you will undoubtedly be greeted by
countless alohas, warmly welcoming you to one of the
most colorful and exciting cities in tropical paradise.
Honolulu is Hawaii’s center of art, history and culture. Located on the third largest Hawaiian island
of Oahu, you will find historic buildings, museums
and royal palaces just blocks away from a vibrant
downtown and the Hawaii Convention Center, where
Success Series will take place.
While you are in Honolulu you should take the opportunity to immerse yourself in the history and culture.
Take a walk and visit Iolani Palace, the only royal
palace on U.S. soil, or peruse local galleries at the
Honolulu Academy of Arts. If you are feeling adventurous, take a short drive out to the Nuuanu Pali Lookout
for a panoramic view of the Koolau Mountains.
There are many sights and activities to enjoy during
your stay. Here are some you should consider:
AlohA Tower Aloha Tower was built in 1926 to
hail the visitors at Honolulu Harbor, since travel to the
Islands at that time was done entirely by sea. For four
decades, it was the tallest building in all of Hawaii.
When the Aloha Tower clock was installed in 1926, it
was one of the largest clocks in the United States. Visit
the Observation Deck, located on the 10th floor of Aloha
Tower, to experience beautiful views of the harbor. For
more information, visit www.alohatower.com.
Bishop MuseuM The Bishop Museum is Hawaii’s
museum of natural and cultural history. It was originally
designed to house the extensive collection of Hawaiian
artifacts and royal family heirlooms of Princess Bernice
Pauahi Bishop. The Museum has since expanded to
include millions of artifacts, documents and photos about
Hawaii and other Pacific cultures. Daily programs allow
visitors to discover more about Hawaiian and Polynesian
cultures through live, interactive presentations and
exhibit tours. Planetarium shows feature Polynesian