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Took my parents here while they were visiting. It costs a few dollars to enter, but its worth it for the views. The Latte of Freedom is attached to the Hall of Governors and there was a young gentleman manning the entrance the day we...More
This is the local version of the Statue of Liberty. I attended during a wine tasting event and the adjacent hall is available for rent. I did not see a museum of sorts but the complex is noteworthy from an architectural perspective. I gave myself...More
I can only give this of 3 stars, only because really not much to do here.
They do charge a small entrance fee, which I understand why they should, in order to help maintain the grounds.
This is a good stop if you are in...More
I loved that the breeze flows through so nicely which makes it a great experience even on the hot and muggy days here in Guam. Price is $2 per person with the local/military rate. It's a quick visit with not much to see but the...More
It's a nice brief stopover before heading to fish eye marine park or when going back to Tumon. When the waves are up, it is a welcome sight from the cliff side. But be watchful of the kids as there are no railings on the...More
We stopped up at the Latte of Freedom to check it out, and the breathtaking views were amazing! Great spot for some photos and for just enjoying the moment to take it all in. There is a small entry fee (which I think this should...More
You have to climb up and pay the fee to get the great view. You won't see it from the bottom. The tower itself with the palm trees surrounding is also picturesque. Old gun on the grounds too, nice photo op!