Oceanview Hotel & Residences
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we finally got there, it was after 9 p.m. and the store was as busy as a back to school sale day! I could just not believe that so many people go to K Mart. There were several busloads of “fresh off the plane” tourists as well and every one of them had a cart full to the brim of stuff. We did stock up on some vitamins and such that are expensive in the U.K. and did find some lovely Guam dried mangoes (from ...
... business of the day – laundry! Oh my gosh! Do we have dirty clothes! Everything is dirty except the swimsuits which we haven’t used yet. No quarters so our hostess gets everything started for us and then we head to the bank to get some good ole U.S. cash and a roll of quarters for the laundry. She’s looking for Wisconsin – one of two state quarters that she doesn’t have yet. Right out of ...
... and everything Japanese. The place was teeming with Japanese tourists and anything and everything were catered specially to them. All the signs were in Japanese, The whole city was over crowded by Japanese eateries, the guides and receptionists were speaking in Japanese. So much so that it was very hard to spot a native islander or american as compared to throw a stone and you are sure to hit a Japanese :-) Simply put, Guam could be easily labeled as a Japanese resort ...
... Mark's dad's home. The amateur genealogist in me was tickled pink thinking about visiting Mark's motherland! My ancestors left Europe so long ago that I would never have the opportunity to visit family and learn about our native culture - but Mark had the chance! He's not a family-tree nerd like me though, so I don't think he was QUITE as geeked out.
We had a crazy few weeks beforehand, so we were happy to head off to a NON-business ...
... br> "Sure," I replied. "What's her name?"
"They call her 'Pee-Pee,'" was his reply. Thankfully, she did not live up to her namesake during the trip.
I got back to the car and headed in the same direction that I came, stopping at a beach park for a walk and to enjoy some of the beautiful weather. I continued driving with a short detour through the University of Guam, and later by the runway of the Guam International ...