Las Huacas Hotel And Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Simón Bolívar was a soldier and politician who played a key role in emancipating Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Peru and Colombia (including Panama) from Spanish rule. There is a statue to him in the centre of the square. Mercifully, the sun has not been out today, but it was still brutally hot and humid. Again, the temperature was only in the high twenties but, with an average humidity hitting 85%, it felt like 40 degrees Celcius at times. Kori was struggling so we went for ...
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... We got to the bus stop with time to spare and noticed the Metro station right across the street. The Metro is new to Panama City – not even a year old – and it only has one line, but it has been embraced by the city (where traffic is often at a crawl). Since it was Sunday, the crowds were light and we bought a rechargeable card ($2), and a dollar worth of tickets (one way is .35 per person). We were already there and excited to try the new metro, ...
... only 45 minutes but it seemed to be much longer since it was raining and the sea was quite wavy again.
On the way back to Almirante we met with a Japanese couple we already knew from before. When I saw them I realized we were staying in the same hostel in Granada (Nicaragua). We started to talk and found out all of us were heading to Panama City through David, therefore we agreed to share one taxi (USD 1 per person) in order to get from the jetty to the bus terminal.
... commentary by a highly knowledgeable guide who explained step by step the construction and the fascinating features and sites as they were passed. Many photos, overloaded with information, a stunning sunset over the Caribbean and sailing steadily for Colombia; a relaxing swim in the spa followed by a fabulous dinner and endless chatter about the sites and sounds of a day enjoying one of the wonders of the modern world, wrapped up this most memorable of days! The above written ...