Tumon Bay Capital Hotel

Address: 1448 Pale San Vitores St, Tumon, 96913, Guam | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1448 Pale San Vitores St, Tumon, is near Two Lovers Point, Micronesia Mall, Ypao Beach Park, and Underwater World.
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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

      ... 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 ...

      Let the diving begin

      A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Jul 17, 2012

      ... 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 ...

      Guam

      A travel blog entry by frawldog on May 06, 2011

      3 photos

      ... away my bags, so I told them to do as they wish and that everything in there was replaceable. They finally told me its a federal offense and that I would be arrested. So I carried 50+ pounds of luggage around for about five hours going to McDonald's, the world largest Kmart and the Micronesia Mall. It was hell. Finally, I was walking back to the airport to check in my bags early and a man ...

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

      A travel blog entry by megt on Mar 25, 2011

      10 comments, 89 photos

      ... Dad has many fruit trees, including papaya, banana, coconut, and bitternut. They've done a lot of work around their garden over time and recently added some stairs up to the flat roof where they've set some patio furniture to sit and enjoy the view. They have to keep the outdoor furniture pretty well nailed down though, because the typhoons here can be brutal! All of the homes and buildings have exterior storm shutters, and Dad and Auntie Mary ...

      Guam - Day #4

      A travel blog entry by philamike on Feb 13, 2010

      4 photos

      ... doing any swimming, so we weren't able to enjoy the beach to its fullest. But we waded into the shallow water and took lots of pictures.

      We proceeded to Two Lovers Point, a landmark in Guam not only for its commanding views of Tumon Bay, but also for the legend behind its name. Back in the 17th century, a young Chamorro woman was being forced by her father into a marriage with a Spanish captain. Distraught, she ran away ...