The Cliff Hotel & Spa

Address: 178 Francisco Javier Dr., Agana Hights, Guam, 96919 | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 178 Francisco Javier Dr., Agana Hights, Guam, is near Sandcastle Guam, Chamorro Village, Latte Stone Park, and Sling Shot Ride.
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Travel Blogs from Guam

A little detour for a "Wienerschnitzel"

A travel blog entry by sileas on Jan 22, 2014

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... 14 USD were needed, which I did straight at the airport.

So after an extra night in Manila (not in the worst hotel) I should do the detour via Guam to finally reach my final destination. It's been the strictest security checks I've ever been through. Landed on that tropical island, there was enough time to explore the airport and it's surroundings, and I got well amused as they really picked the name "Wienerschnitzel" for a hot dog restaurant. My first step into the ...

Rain but warm

A travel blog entry by tajarj on Oct 09, 2013

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#2 North Pacific
Fed.
States of Micronesia Chuuk Lagoon:



Since
leaving Hawaii, we have mainly had smooth sailing, beautiful clouds,
mostly sun with intermittent rain, and an overall great time. Sea
days which had been a bit of a concern to me have turned into a very
interesting and busy time. It seems that the sea time, sets the
pace. Even when the time changes, with the adding of one hour a day,
we end up ...

Sleepy in Guam

A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Apr 11, 2013

... went through the process of paying our departure fees and going through the various hoops that are involved in international travel.

A snide comment at an airport official about having to show our passports for the fourth time, turned into a headed discussion about why we were needing to present our passports so many times. I mean seriously, if the rules are you have to show your passport to the check in person, then the departure ...

Go Guam!

A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Apr 01, 2013

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... to shield from the coolness.

There were three groups of people on our flight – people returning home from holidays, a school group (complete with sniffling child) and people who were going to be using Guam as a stop on their way to their diving destination.

In addition of our little diving group, there was another group who had flown over from Perth and were heading to Truk Lagoon (at least that’s what their group t-shirts said). They all ...

Liberation Day and our last dive day

A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Jul 21, 2012

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... and ready to leave. Luckily for us, the end of the parade came by us just about that time and we were able to walk up to our cars and drive them down to the highway and turn left, away from the parade, and drive to the marina. There is a small restaurant there and we have time for lunch. Several of the boat people come in for their lunch as well and they must have standing orders because they get their food quickly and ...

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