Time to revitalize yourself? Here is a Top 10 of Day Spas in the Honolulu, HI area. This list was compiled and ordered by how frequently the Day Spa’s information is kept in people’s digital address books. The Day Spas that are used more frequently are stored more frequently. The No.1 Day Spa on this list has been stored the most amount of times by Honolulu residents. Generally, people only store a business’ information in their address books if they are satisfied with the Steigercentrum valbeveiliging lijnklemmen provider’s service and wish to engage in repeat business.
The 10 Most Popular Honolulu Day Spas:
1. Spa Olakino Salon (11 people stored this Day Spa in their digital address books) (808) 924-2121 2552 Kalakaua Ave – Honolulu, HI 96815
2. Kailinani Spa (10) (808) 566-0300 – Honolulu, HI 96813
3. NA Hoola (10) (808) 237-6330 2424 Kalakaua Ave – Kaaawa, HI 96730
4. Aquaspa (10) (808) 924-2782 2425 Kuhio Ave – Honolulu, HI 96815
5. Pure Joy Day Spa (8) (808) 951-8600 705 S King St Ste 100 – Honolulu, HI 96813
6. Honu You (8) (808) 261-1268 122 Oneawa St – Kailua, HI 96734
7. Eutopia Health Spa (4) (808) 941-0111 1750 Kalakaua Ave – Honolulu, HI 96826
8. Pualani Facial Salon & Day Spa (3) (808) 734-8822 4614 Kilauea Ave Ste 202 – Honolulu, HI 96816
9. Spa Hawaii LLC (3) (808) 949-7727 1600 Ala Moana Blvd Ste 100 – Honolulu, HI 96815
10. Touch Mini Day Spa (3) (808) 732-5456 619 Kapahulu Ave Ste 207 – Honolulu, HI 96815
Today, Spa is not meant only for manicure and pedicure as they were for in the past. Most of the Day Spas are offering a wide range of natural therapies that lead to revitalize and refresh our whole body, face and skin. This list is made to help you in finding Day Spa in your area. Make sure the Spa you visit has professionally trained staff and licensed therapists and they are using Professional Spa products.
For many Americans, Easter Sunday is a day of reflection with family and friends, gathering around the table, enjoying a special meal together. Wine is often part of the meal and a good wine pairing really enhances this occasion. Let’s look at some wine pairings for two popular Easter entrée choices plus suggestions for brunch.
Hams are “cured” by either dry aging the uncooked ham in a smokehouse for an extended period of time with a salt, sugar and black pepper coating (country style hams) or placing the uncooked ham in a wet brine solution for a couple of days and then baked (city style hams). The common ingredient in curing is salt, giving this meat its salty character. The pre-cooked hams found in most grocery stores are the city style. These hams are often prepared by adding a sweet glaze before reheating at home, to counter the ham’s inherent saltiness.
To help balance the saltiness of ham, a well paired wine should have good fruit flavors upfront and not be tannic (tannins are typically found in big, bold red wines). An easy rule of thumb in wine pairings is to match the color of the meat with the wine’s color. For a pink ham, a good choice would be a Rosé wine. A medium dry Rosé would pair well, as some sweetness is needed to offset the ham’s saltiness. For white wine lovers, both Kabinett Rieslings and Gewürztraminers are a good pairing, as they offer good fruit flavors and acidity to counterbalance the ham’s saltiness. If you add cloves to your ham, Gewurztraminers pair particularly well. For the red wine lovers, there are many fruit driven, low tannin wines to choose from. American Zinfandels, Barbera wines from the Piedmont region of Italy, Nero d’Avola wines from Sicily and French Beaujolais all would pair well with ham.