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Where to stay first time in Kauai, Jan 2012

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My girlfriend and I are planning a trip to Kauai, Hawaii in January 2012. I have been to Oahu before, and she has never been to Hawaii. We are interested in a nice quiet one week or so vacation with some light hiking, beach, swimming and relaxing. Not too big on the club scene, but do appreciate a good bargain Happy Hour! We like clean, safe and comfortable but don't need any luxuries. Is it feasible to not rent a car? Any other tips and tricks would be appreciated! Thanks!

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