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Old October 21st, 2012, 10:02 PM   #21
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Guam Highway 18



GH-18 is a short spur route, running westward from GH-1 across from the Guam Veterans Cemetery and along onto Drydock Island, a small peninsula located in the middle of Apra Harbor and just to the south of Cabras Island. The waters of Sasa Bay are a marine preserve, making the peninsula a tourist attraction. The peninsula is home to the Marianas Yacht Club, several public beaches, and an Atlantis tourist submarine. Route 18 ends at a dead-end at the west edge of the peninsula.

Guam Highway 27



GH-27 also known as Hamburger Highway or Harmon Loop Road runs in a west-east direction from a junction with GH-16 to a junction with GH-1, and is located almost entirely in the southern region of the city of Dededo. The highway gets its name from the fact that it provides access to a large McDonald's restaurant located at the intersection with GH-16.

McDonald's along the GH-27
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That's a big McDonalds
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That's a big McDonalds
On Guam there was the biggest McDonald's in the world until some years ago. But I didn't understand well if it was that one in pic, or another one that now is demolished
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Capital city gains facilities

Some construction projects going on in Hagatna. This is the only thread I could find for Guam, so I apologize for the post not being related to Guam's highways (which I cruised for three years when my wife was stationed there )



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PROJECT: FISHERMEN'S COOPERATIVE FACILITY

• The estimated $4 million project will renovate the more-than-30-year-old facility and repair the dock and marina. The renovation will expand the store and create classroom and meeting spaces, a snack bar and a restaurant.

Status: Solicitation for bids will go out in the next few weeks. Once the contract is awarded, construction is expected to take nine to 14 months.

Project: Guam and Chamorro Educational Facility, or Guam Museum


• The $27 million project being built at Skinner Plaza will create a permanent place for the island's artifacts. The plan for the museum includes three levels and a mezzanine.
Read the story at http://www.guampdn.com/article/20140...ins-facilities
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Memoirs of Summer: Guam, USA
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At last, I am finally in Guam!
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