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    Diamond Head CraterDiamond Head Crater Honolulu, Hawaii
    Diamond Head refers to the famous volcanic tuff cone that is located on the island of O'ahu in Honolulu, Hawaii and was so named because the British sailors that arrived here in the 19th century believed the calcite crystals embedded in the rocks to be diamonds. It is part of a larger complex of cones, vents and the associated eruption flows that have become known as the Honolulu Volcanic Series and is well known as a US State Monument. Parts of it are off limits to the public because the government has many antennas on their platform located inside the crater. It is just a three quarter mile hike to the edge of the crater, and signs along the trailhead suggest the hike takes anywhere from one and a half to two hours roundtrip. The views from the rim are nothing short of spectacular, with the most panoramic views of the island seen here.

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    USS Arizona MemorialUSS Arizona Memorial Pearl Harbor, Honolulu, Hawaii
    The Arizona memorial in Pearl Harbor, Honolulu, Hawaii is the final resting place for 1102 sailors that died on that fateful day in December, 1941, on the morning of the 7th, when Japanese fighter planes surprised them with a dawn attack. This attack would be the impetus that brought the United States into World War II and was dedicated in 1962. Over one million people visit this site each year to commemorate that tragic event and can only be reached by boat. You will cross the middle of the ship that is sunk under the water, and not be able to touch it, but the visitor center has all the best information about the ship that would become a National Historic Landmark on May 5, 1989. Every vessel that enters the harbor, whether US Navy, Coast Guard or Merchant Marine takes part in an old tradition of "manning the rails", where the ship's personnel will stand at attention along the guard rails of their ship and salute the USS Arizona Memorial as their ship slowly comes into port. Lately, more foreign military ships have begun taking part in this time honored tradition of manning the rails.

February 21, 2013