Las Huacas Hotel And Suites
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... islands pass by and observed the many birds following us. The next lock consisted of only one main chamber and we descended about 27 feet during this transit. The process remained the same however. From there we entered a narrower canal called The Cut which connected the lake to the Pacific Ocean. We were back up on deck during this as we sailed under the Centennial Bridge and approached the last set of locks. These were the final barrier between the Cut and the ...
... friendly and helpful during our stay.
After settling into our new apartment, we took our umbrellas and walked over to the Multiplaza Pacific Mall. This was one of the largest and most modern malls we had ever seen, even by U.S. standards. They had every brand and retail store imaginable on three different levels, and it was easy to get lost at first. They also had a large movie theater complex with movies in English, which we would take full advantage of ...
... expense of a transit as well as the ecological downside of releasing a huge amount of fresh water each time the locks are used our "ferry" only makes the transit a couple of times a week and only in the company of a larger but not too large ship, with which it can fit into the locks. In our case our companion was a car carrier that just fit into the locks by a few feet on the sides but left enough room at the ends for us to fit with ...
... the only movie playing in English is Cinderella, so fingers crossed for a surprise ending! If you can't see it on the screen, I'm rolling my eyes. How many thousands of times can they redo that movie??? Still better than sitting at the food court I guess. And maybe they'll have a mysterious new popcorn flavor like Prague did :) I doubt I'll write anything tomorrow (unless I spot some sloths on the tarmac). Panama has been a surprising country. Nothing ...
... world (according to our guide).
We approached the first Miraflores Lock, and waited as the container ship was lifted by way of water and gravity, and let through the lock. We waited whilst the water level was stabilised and then the ship was pulled by two locomotives, which were on the rails on the edge of the waterfront. The gates shut, and we were lifted 8.3 metres (27 feet) above sea level. There was only a 60 centimetre (2 feet) clearance between our ship and each side ...