Revisit the past during this engaging half-day journey that begins with a narrated drive through Hagåtña, Guam's capital — a bustling village that sweeps along the gorgeous coast. Visit Plaza de España, a 350-year-old plaza where the Governor's Palace stood during Spain's reign. See original structures including the Azotea and the Chocolate House, where guests were offered hot chocolate. Then enjoy a visit to the Guam Museum, that celebrates the history of Guam and depicts the Chamorro culture through its amazing exhibits and photographs. In Latte Stone Park, marvel at latte stones on which Chamorro houses were erected as far back as 500 A.D. Unique to the region, these architectural ruins have become cultural icons. At War in the Pacific National Historical Park, explore the Asan Bay Overlook, where a bronze relief sculpture illustrates the liberation of Guam. Finally, visit Asan Beach Unit to see artifacts and tributes, including the U.S. Landing Monument.