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Parks & nature in Guam

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“It's the known beach on Guam! Always filled with families and friends just hanging out and enjoying the ocean and sand. It's the place to be. ”
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“Stop in here to see the ancient Chamorro sacred stones. Peak in the old WW2 caves that were carved into the mountainside too. ”
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“The Plaza de Espana is a hisoric park in Agana with Spanish ruins that used to serve as the Governor's Palace from 1734 until the invasion of Guam by Japan in World War II. The surviving or restored structures include the Azotea, Chocolate House, Tool Shed, Siesta Shed and Spanish Walls. The Governor's Palace housed the office and residence of the Spanish Governor. It was totally destroyed in 1944 during the liberation of Guam. However, portions of the foundation may still be seen. (info from Wikepdia). This is a must see if you're into history and culture. The park is located near the Latte Stone Park and directly across the Guam Museum and the Agana Cathedral Basilica. This is just an 8-10minute drive from Casa Bella.”
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“Want to see the salt pools of Guam? Here's a great spot for swimming or if you just want to explore or relax... Inarajan Pools are a great way to spend the day!”
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“Fujita Beach is a short 10min walk right down the street. Soak in some sun and cool off in the nice blue ocean water.”
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Scenic Viewpoint
“Lovely views of Umatac Bay, with old Spanish cannons, and a fort. Great for photos.”
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“If you like scenic vistas this is another one you can drive to and read about some of the WW2 history of the US Military operation to reclaim Guam. ”
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“Amazing for their Latte Park, also have a restaurant, boat rides, and other water activities.”
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“This is a hike into the jungles of Guam on a well traveled path to see the cave. Follow the path to even a higher vista and see the Pacific Ocean from a windy overlook. All natural. ”
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Harbour / Marina
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