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We are taking our sons to Hawaii for Spring Break. I am starting to look at tickets on line for visiting Pearl Harbor. Wondering if anyone has any helpful hints or suggestions for the day. I am guessing going early is better (at least parking wise which I remember from a past trip to be difficult) than going later in the afternoon.

One idea is to go early in the am (get the 8am slot) on our departure day, spend a couple hours and then drive to the North Shore for the rest of the afternoon and make it back to the airport for our 9pm departure.

Thoughts?

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