Courtyard Panama Multiplaza
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... neutrality of the Canal. So we couldn't visit Panama City and not take a tour of the famous Panama Canal which is heralded as an engineering marvel and key conduit for international maritime trade. We opted for a private tour and were picked up at our apartment by our guide Ross, a charming young man from Zimbabwe.
We started our tour with an incredible view of the city on one side and the canal on the other from atop Cerro Ancon. We then headed over to the ...
... lock, it began to rain cats and dogs, so this turned into a great option.) After passing under the Bridge of the Americas, at one point the only connection between North and South America, we approached the first set of locks, the Miraflores. What was striking to us was how small it seemed. Indeed our companion ship fit in with only a few feet to spare on each side. As it entered the locks it was attached with cable to "mules" ...
Ahhh, more days in the heat/humidity that we are slowly adjusting to. Monday morning we took a taxi to the top of Ancon Hill, which is located near the Panama Canal Administration buildings. In migration time, the birdwatchers go to the top of Ancon Hill to count the migrating raptors. We saw some nice birds, Philadelphia vireo, Prothonotary Warbler ( I missed it), Summer Tanager, Keel-billed Toucan ( I missed it), Golden-fronted Greenlet, and some ...
... worth the effort of getting there, as was the walk there..... We were slightly unnerved when we passed a 'beware of the crocodiles' sign on the grass verge next to us, then promptly saw a huge head lurking just above the surface of the water, but it meant we got to the canal entrance in record speed! We watched a few boats go through the lock itself, which is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. After this we headed back into the city and spent ...
Initially we booked our flights to Panama so that we could transfer to Cuba. Given our lack of time constraints we figured we would stay for 3 nights and check out what it had to offer.
Notably famous for the Panama Canal we soon discovered that this vibrant country offered much more then just a passage way from the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. The Panama Canal took 10 years to build and was completed in 1914 by the ...