Gardens Gone? The iconic gardens at Honolulu International Airport international terminal may soon be no more than a memory. The three gardens and their ponds – landscaped in the styles of China, Japan, and Hawai`i – have long been a sanctuary for weary travelers seeking relief from the commercial bustle of the terminal’s concourses.
But recently, construction on both the concourse and garden levels suggests this bit of nature may not last much longer. On the concourses leading from the main terminal to the gates, high plywood screens shielded the gardens from the view of travelers. On the garden . . .
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