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Announcement:Big Island Hawaii Bed and Breakfast
Mountain View B&B Inn was voted the Best Bed and Breakfast of East Hawaii for 2006, 2003, 2001, 2000, & 1999! Sponsored by Hawaii Tribune-Herald, Big Island's main newspaper.
Big Island Hawaii Mountain View Bed and Breakfast is conveniently located between Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and Hilo. Our Hawaiian Bed & Breakfast Inn at the Mountain View B&B,
is a beautiful 4-acre garden & fish pond estate with a spectacular view of Mauna Kea mountain. A tranquil setting lush with native Ohia and Rose Apple trees and fragranted with exotic flowers of heliconia, ginger and anthuriums.
Come and experience a unique Hawaiian Bed & Breakfast at Mountain View B&B, the art studio home of the well-known Big Island artist couple Jane & Linus Chao. Take an enjoyable stroll around the gardens or just sit and relax or read a book in the new gazebo and spa overlooking the beautiful and peaceful scenery. Guests are often greeted with a spectacular sunrise or sunset view of Mauna Kea volcano, world's tallest mountain measured from base!
BED & BREAKFAST MOUNTAIN VIEW
Toll Free (U.S. only) Telephone : (888) 698-9896
Telephone: (808) 968-6868
Fax: (808) 968-7017
South Kulani Road, Mountain View, P.O. Box 963, Kurtistown, Hawaii 96760 U.S.A.
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LINUS CHAO HONORED WITH AWARD
On April 12, 1997, Linus Chao was awarded The Hawaii Living Legends Award, that recognizes individuals for their contributions and efforts in perpetuating culture and art. This award was presented to Linus Chao, in recognition of his accomplishments as an international artist and scholar, creator and educator. Linus Chao has spent a lifetime studying art, creating art, and sharing his knowledge and love of art through his publications, exhibits, public speaking, and through his teachings both as a full-time professor of art at Hawaii Community College and privately in his home and at the Volcanoes Art Center located within Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. -- Hawaii Tribune-Herald, April 6, 1997
Below is a tribute to Linus Chao from his 4 children as presented by his eldest daughter, Grace Chao, at the awards luncheon held at the Hawaii Naniloa Crown Room. Please spend a few minutes to enjoy the following slide show and see why we feel Linus is a very special man!
A "Living Legend" Tribute to Linus Chao
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