Royal Orchid Guam Hotel

Address: 626 Pale San Vitores Rd, Tumon, 96913, Guam | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 626 Pale San Vitores Rd, Tumon, is near Two Lovers Point, Ypao Beach Park, Tarza Magical Adventure Zone and Water Park, and Fort Apugan.
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    Travel Blogs from Tumon

    Into the Deep Again - for two more days

    A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Jul 19, 2012

    9 photos

    ... handle the huge monstrosities of cameras and lights, I don’t know. Plus those rigs are so expensive, I’m not sure I would ever take it into the water!

    End of the dive and we have our new safety sausage to try. I pull it out of the pouch and realize that the string is NOT attached to the sausage. Guess I should have checked before getting into the water. I make a knot and tie it onto the safety ...

    Let the diving begin

    A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Jul 17, 2012

    ... She’s a bird person and has some ducks and chickens and geese and roosters and most of the neighbors seem to have roosters as well plus there are some wild ones roaming about the area. Any roosters I’ve ever heard have never been "sun up" kind of birds. They just seem to crow whenever they feel like it; middle of the night, middle of the day, middle of the sleep, whenever. All these roosters seemed ...

    Gorgeous Guam

    A travel blog entry by studoo on Jun 17, 2012

    ... where Internet is still a luxury offering, i couldn't believe i was wired throughout my pub crawl and able to update stuff online. Sweet!
    June 19

    • Trip to the motherland...errrr, fatherland... Guam

      A travel blog entry by megt on Mar 25, 2011

      10 comments, 89 photos

      ... fighting on this proud little island are evident in the crumbling ruins of bombed out historic sites, a network of underground tunnels, and a certain sadness in the eyes of all who are old enough to have all too clear memories. The second-largest source of income is the United States Military, which is what a lot of mainlanders think of first when they think of Guam.
      We had taken the red-eye from HK to Guam, and arrived at 5 am. Auntie Mary had ...

    Guam - Day #2

    A travel blog entry by philamike on Feb 10, 2010

    4 photos

    ... I opted not to spend the money for the flight, and continue exploring some of Guam (or simply relaxing at the Hilton, if I choose). So that was our Wednesday, and we're thinking about many of you back home dealing with yet another major snowstorm. Luckily, the forecast back home looks clear this weekend, so we're not anticipating any problems flying home (either Saturday or Sunday, depending on flight loads from Tokyo). Good night!