Pequeno Paraiso

Address: 594 Calle 12, Las Cumbres, Panama | B&B
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This B&B is located on 594 Calle 12, Las Cumbres.
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    Long exciting day!

    A travel blog entry by amybrownstein on Dec 18, 2014

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    ... 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 ...

    Panama Peak-a-Boo

    A travel blog entry by wasagadave on Nov 24, 2014

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    ... Cruise ships pay based on the number of cabins. In 2011 it was $134 per occupied cabin, a bit less for vacant ones. That would put our transit fee at over $130,000.

    None of the excursions interested us, so we took a long nap to recover from the early rising. By 5 pm we had slipped back out into the Atlantic and were docked at the port of Colon. There was a shopping area with several stores near the ...

    Bells, whistles, tugs, tows, locks and docks

    A travel blog entry by rpelletier2014 on Aug 14, 2014

    30 photos

    ... view of the huge unloading docks and Panama City behind them. At these docks is where the Post Panamax ships drop off their freight. These Post Panamax ships are too big to fit through the canal, so they drop their cargo off here and it travels over land to the Atlantic side and is put back on ships. I watched as the huge cranes picked up a single container and placed it on top of a flatbed 18 wheeler truck. It was unbelievable to see these cranes from a ...

    The New, The Old...The Wonder

    A travel blog entry by fancythat on Jul 23, 2014

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    ... ALL traffic in my case! We zipped and zagged( with helmets and safety in mind) to practice. I was joined by Greg, a grade 7/8 teacher from Philly and his wife Adrian, a school psychologist. Our tour began around the old fortified city, the second settlement in Panama City, after the original was attacked by Morgan and flattened to the ground. Beautiful structures with a strong French influence as they were the original group to try to build a canal. We then "segwayed" our way ...

    Love for our New Family

    A travel blog entry by aglcmissions on Jul 17, 2014

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    ... into groups so that we would get to know different people, and personally for the group I was in with Michelle I think we were able to bond and conversate quite well. There was seemingly no language barrier that we had because we were unified as one loving family of brothers and sisters in Christ. They even taught us how to salsa! (not many of us can actually dance...) At the end of the fiesta, the people of Lutheran Hour Ministries and both churches gave all of us gifts. ...