Sunset Magazine Unveils September Hawaii Getaway

Sunset Magazine has developed a three-day program, "Sunset's Gardens in Paradise Getaway," scheduled for September 14–17 at the Mauna Lani Resort on the Big Island. Travelers will have a private weekend with Kathleen Brenzel, the magazine's senior garden editor, who will lead tours and comment on the resort's expansive grounds. Other highlights include lunch at a private boutique farm featuring lunch made with fresh ingredients and a cooking demonstration with recipes from the resort, as well as tasting of wines from the magazine's 2006 awards. Brenzel also will provide guests with tips on bringing Hawaii home and infusing tropical themes into their own homes and gardens. The three-night package starts at $1,500 for a single guest; $1,500 per couple with one person attending the program; and $2,130 per couple with both taking part in the program. Visit [www.sunset.com/paradise] or [www.maunalani.com/sun] for further information.

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