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Panic has officially set in - where do we stay now?!

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This is our first visit to Hawaii. Our family of six is going to Oahu March 15 - 24. After much indecisiveness, I finally focused on looking for rentals on Waikiki and Ko Olina beaches. I found some, but I waited to long and now they are booked. Ugh. I could kick myself.

I am really panicking.

Please offer some recommendations on what other communities/beaches I should look at next. I was trying to keep the cost to $500 a night.

We will be renting a car. We definitely want to see Pearl Harbor, go to Diamond Head, swim (of course) and we plan on doing a surf school.

Any help would be GREATLY appreciated.

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