Casa Santa Ana
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... be dining in Prego, Crystal's Italian restaurant. This will be our first time there on this cruise. Reservations were made before we left home for all the specialty restaurants.
Tomorrow we will be entering the Panama Canal around 7a. It will take all day to go through the locks. As we have been through these quite a few times, we will not be out on deck for the viewing. However, we will get some pictures.
Until next ...
... people queuing. We all got the trough of meat! Can't remember the name - but so much food! Layer of plantain, these kinda thin onion chip things, sweetcorn, meat - sausage, other meat, ketchup, mayo and a big blob of cheese which went hard so hard to eat food with just a fork and nothing to cut the cheese - but it was delicious! Bought some red wine and shared with Taylor also. All had a mini food coma after! Went back to hostel and carried on drinking the ...
... there isn't a lot of people around before lunch and it was very quiet walking around the old city. They seem to be very proud of their historical buildings and they have gone to great effort to restore most of them. Cruising down the narrow streets you see many balconies covered in plants, and sometimes banana trees. For lunch we headed back to our hostel and because it's close to the old fort we went there next. At 17,000 pesos it's a little pricy so ...
... at Miami, but I was told it was a "legal" connection. We got off one plane and walked down many hallways and took a short ride on the Sky Train, and we walked to our gate and they were already boarding some passengers. It wasn't stressful, but we didn't have any extra time. When we checked in, they asked us to stand to the side. For what? We didn't know. Then they told us that someone else already had our seats.
Arrived at 9 am, still 30 degrees. Tour today is to city sights through the ship's tour so safe.
One of the churches visited was where the body of St .Peter Claver was buried in an open coffin lined in gold in about 1524. It was a monastery rune by the Jesuits and the Franciscans. The city had many old convents that were ...