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Bosley, Kelly and Kris try to blend into the crowd as they keep an eye on their client's doings.
FEATURED IN THIS EPISODE:
"Hula Angels", Season 5
Named for General René Edward DeRussy (1789–1865), Fort Derussy Beach Park is situated on Waikiki Beach, a short walking distance from two other Angelic locales, the Royal Hawaiian Hotel and Sheraton Waikiki.
The park features lush, towering palms, its own beach and volleyball court - the perfect spot to blend into the local crowd. Kris, Bosley and Kelly staked out this park while covertly watching their client make a drop; Kris disguised as a volleyball player, Bosley a sight-seer, and Kelly a rickshaw driver pedaling along Kalia Road.
Formerly used as site for servicemen on R&R during the Vietnam War, beautiful Fort DeRussy was one of a number of shore batterys on the island of Oahu designed to provide coastal defense. The fourteen inch guns of this shore battery were fired once in a practice shortly after the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, shattering many of the windows in the Royal Hawaiian and other major hotels, and were never fired again.
Designated as a beachfront park, For DeRussy is the site of the U.S. Army Museum of Hawaii, which is open to the public.
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MAP AND ADDRESS:
Fort DeRussy Beach Park
Honolulu, Hawaii 96815