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    House Without a Key, Hotel - Blue

    The House Without a Key is a novel that was written in 1925 by Earl Derr Biggers -- the first of the Charlie Chan mysteries. But it is also a real life place in Waikiki. The Halekulani hotel and its House Without A Key restaurant/bar began its life in 1907 as the Hau Tree Residential Hotel, a relatively modest establishment with a beachfront house and five bungalows. By the 1980s, the Halekulani hotel had grown, but the skyrocketing costs of Waikiki beachfront property made such a small resort impractical so it was sold to Japan’s Mitsui Corporation, which then created the “new” Halekulani around the old grounds and original building, with 453 elegant new rooms, updating it into a modern resort.

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    House Without a Key, Hotel - Yellow

    The House Without a Key is a novel that was written in 1925 by Earl Derr Biggers -- the first of the Charlie Chan mysteries. But it is also a real life place in Waikiki. The Halekulani hotel and its House Without A Key restaurant/bar began its life in 1907 as the Hau Tree Residential Hotel, a relatively modest establishment with a beachfront house and five bungalows. By the 1980s, the Halekulani hotel had grown, but the skyrocketing costs of Waikiki beachfront property made such a small resort impractical so it was sold to Japan’s Mitsui Corporation, which then created the “new” Halekulani around the old grounds and original building, with 453 elegant new rooms, updating it into a modern resort.

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    House Without a Key, Hotel - Red

    The House Without a Key is a novel that was written in 1925 by Earl Derr Biggers -- the first of the Charlie Chan mysteries. But it is also a real life place in Waikiki. The Halekulani hotel and its House Without A Key restaurant/bar began its life in 1907 as the Hau Tree Residential Hotel, a relatively modest establishment with a beachfront house and five bungalows. By the 1980s, the Halekulani hotel had grown, but the skyrocketing costs of Waikiki beachfront property made such a small resort impractical so it was sold to Japan’s Mitsui Corporation, which then created the “new” Halekulani around the old grounds and original building, with 453 elegant new rooms, updating it into a modern resort.

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    Continental Airlines, Airline - Yellow

    This pick shows an image of a outrigger representing Continental Airlines flights to the South Pacific. This version is smaller than the standard pick.

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    House Without a Key, Hotel - Green

    The House Without a Key is a novel that was written in 1925 by Earl Derr Biggers -- the first of the Charlie Chan mysteries. But it is also a real life place in Waikiki. The Halekulani hotel and its House Without A Key restaurant/bar began its life in 1907 as the Hau Tree Residential Hotel, a relatively modest establishment with a beachfront house and five bungalows. By the 1980s, the Halekulani hotel had grown, but the skyrocketing costs of Waikiki beachfront property made such a small resort impractical so it was sold to Japan’s Mitsui Corporation, which then created the “new” Halekulani around the old grounds and original building, with 453 elegant new rooms, updating it into a modern resort.

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    Ports of Call, Bar, Restaurant - Red

    Swizzle features a sailor with a parrot on his shoulder and a mermaid sitting in his lap. They are sitting on a rum barrel. The stem features the logo and the bottom is shaped like the tip of a screwdriver.

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    Señor Pico - Brown / Multicolor

    Senor Pico is a Mexican themed restaurant owned by Trader Vic's.

    Victor Bergeron’s first Señor Pico location opened in 1964 when a friend, William Matson Roth, asked him to open a restaurant in Ghirardelli Square in San Francisco. Bergeron went to work flying all over Mexico, immersing himself in the culture and experiencing the fresh, vibrant and authentic cuisine known to the region. Señor Pico is the result of that exploration.

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    Honu, The, Restaurant and Tiki Bar - White/Green

    Swizzle features a turtle graphic that is the logo of the restaurant. Layers are built up to shape the design suggesting this swizzle was created on a 3D printer.

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    Hawaiian Isle, Tiki Bar, Hotel - Cream

    This tiki swizzle was issued in several colors. Hawaiian Isle was in the Sunny Isles area of North Miami Beach, very near another complex, The Castaways. It had a weathered shingle-clad pyramid over the main entrance, a sort of sharp, angular, modern take on a primitive hut. The tikis on site were highly stylized (in particular a large, back-lit, glowing mask near the entrance), and many were Witco tikis. Today the location is a high-rise condominium complex called Pinnacle.

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    Ports of Call, Bar, Restaurant - Blue

    Swizzle features a sailor with a parrot on his shoulder and a mermaid sitting in his lap. They are sitting on a rum barrel. The stem features the logo and the bottom is shaped like the tip of a screwdriver.

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    Hala Kahiki, Tiki Bar - Brown / Yellow

    Hala Kahiki is vintage tiki bar which features a large collection of Witco carvings. This swizzle is a replica of a Witco piece featuring four tiki masks which is part of Hala Kahiki's collection. The bottom of the swizzle features a pineapple. A pineapple is included on all of their contemporary swizzles.

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    South Pacific, Tiki Bar, Restaurant, Floor Show - Blue

    This version of the South Pacific paddle has logo artwork on the front side and no art on the back side. The tip of the paddle end is more rounded than other versions. The "T" in the logo text is shaped like a tree. The "i"s are shaped like a curved arrow or spear.

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    South Pacific, Tiki Bar, Restaurant, Floor Show - Red

    This version of the South Pacific paddle has logo artwork on the front side and no art on the back side. The tip of the paddle end is more rounded than other versions. The "T" in the logo text is shaped like a tree. The "i"s are shaped like a curved arrow or spear.

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    South Pacific, Tiki Bar, Restaurant, Floor Show - Red

    This version of the South Pacific paddle has artwork on the back side that portrays a tiki with torches and the word Tiki in a shape that looks like 4 shields. This artwork is very similar to the sign outside the Kon Tiki in Tucson, AZ.

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    Don the Beachcomber, Tiki Bar - Brown

    This is a coppery/brown pick that looks like a driftwood sign with a spear on the end. This version is shorter than the standard pick.