B&B Casa Margarita
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... thirty customers queuing to be served, so I swerved that.
I then entered the attached giant shopping mall and went in search of the Ticketplus store. I checked with the information desk and they showed me on their screen that it was about as far away as possible to walk inside the mall. There was nothing for it, but a hike through the mall and it genuinely took me about ten minutes to reach this kiosk. I was after a ticket for the following night's football game ...
We arrived safely after a long day of traveling. We left the hotel at 9 am, ( it took an hour to get to the airport from our hotel), and the flight left at noon. It felt long - 6 hours and 40 minutes. Long enough to watch The Imitation Game and Philomena, in English! Carlos picked us up at the airport here in PCity around 5 pm Panama time/7 pm Buenos Aires time and we reached the hotel ...
... photography when she retired a few years ago and also had some impressive photographic equipment. They were both giving me hints and tips, but more to the point they made me realise how inadequate my little Nikon Coolpix is, particularly when they took pictures as the sun set that continued to come out in glorious colour while mine were just a blur of bright lights against a black background. I need a better zoom. I need a better camera. Those ...
... effort. Following independence from Spain in 1903, Panama and US entered into an agreement to build the canal. The US would complete the canal in August of 1914 and manage it for 99 years. At noon on December 31, 1999, Panama took total control over the operation and maintenance of the Canal. The Panama Canal Authority is charged with task and is an autonomous government entity.
Since its opening, more than a million ships from ...
... girls record of the day! All was going well until I went over a couple of bumps and stiffened up as I saw the truck full of boarders watching me below. At this point I flew off the board and rolled about 6 times down the side of the volcano. My eye mask quickly filled up with tears as I tried to crawl 10 or so metres back up the volcano to collect my board. Luckily I was last, so the tour guide ran down and got my board and offered to ride it the rest of the way down for ...