Architecture in downtown Honolulu

I thought you might be interested in seeing the architecture in downtown Honolulu.  These photos were taken last Saturday near the intersection of Hotel Street and Alakea Street.  The streets were practically deserted, because it was not a work day; it was a Saturday:







I love all of these beautiful trees that break up the monotony of asphalt and concrete.  This is Honolulu, Hawaii, one of the most expensive cities in the nation.  How we manage to live here is a good question.  Somehow, we do.

Aloha, everyone!

7 Responses to “Architecture in downtown Honolulu”

  1. SchmidleysScribblins Says:

    Awesome. I like the architecture, although I couldn’t live in a tall building.

  2. Olga Says:

    Funny to see such an urban setting with so little traffic and pedestrians. Is it really as clean as it looks? That is impressive in itself.

  3. Kay G. Says:

    I love how quiet it looks on a Saturday! And it looks so fresh and clean. I bet your air quality if outstanding!! (I have asthma and I look at your photos with great longing!)

  4. dkzody Says:

    It looks abandoned! So beautiful, though. You definitely picked the right day to go enjoy the scenery that the city affords.

  5. Christine Says:

    beautiful photos of the downtown area!

  6. DJan Says:

    Just lovely. It’s a beautiful city, and the shady lanes are inviting. 🙂

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