Sheraton Laguna Guam Resort
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... it out to dry and hopefully under the eaves in case it rains. Last thing I want to do is pack up wet gear. We also head for the laundry. It isn’t a problem to wash it here and sure makes my load back at the house much easier to not come back with a total suitcase of dirty clothes. Not too hungry after our big lunch but we hit Del Taco one more time. It will be months before we are able to go to a Del Taco ...
... Del Taco with its cheap greasy imitation Mexican food. There is a Del Taco in the shopping center so we stop for burritos and nachos and then head back to the BnB to clean up our gear and take a shower and find something to do for the rest of the day. Took a while to get the gear rinsed as our hostess just has a hose. All the grass has been picked over by the chickens so the area quickly got a bit muddy as I was washing the gear so I ...
... he sees that we are from New Jersey. We head down to baggage claim, where a sign listing United Airlines arrivals directs us to the to the correct baggage claim. Well, after waiting for an extended period of time an announcement is made that our bags are at a different claim. So we pick up our luggage, go through customs, and exit into the arrivals hall.
In the arrivals hall, ...
... tonight when I am lower on the standby list than the number of available seats on the plane.
After lunch, I went outside to enjoy the tropics for two hours. First I walked along the beach of Tumon Bay. I was still feeling jetlagged and needed to move around a little bit. After my walk, I went snorkeling in the bay for about 35 minutes. Tumon Bay is covered with coral reef and full of colorful fish, so it is a fantastic place to ...
... a pincer movement from either side to capture the site. The bitter struggle for Guam was over by August 10th and resulted in over 18,000 Japanese killed and almost 8,000 US troops killed and wounded. After the battle, the facilities at Apra Harbor were expanded to support Guam’s role as a major staging area for the continued advance towards Japan. Huge B-29 airfields were quickly constructed to ...