Crowne Plaza Panama
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... I head out down a busy boulevard towards the east side of town, pausing for a delicious fruit shake (one of my staples here) After an hour or so, right beyond some dizzyingly tall apartment buildings, is an ancient bridge and the entrance to Panama Viejo. Here there are busts of Queen Isabella of Spain, Pedro Arias de Avila, the founder of Panama City, among others. Clearly this site is going to have a very Spanish theme. I follow ...
... passed out. During our run, we noticed a few well-equipped playgrounds along our route. Since we are on a never-ending quest to find good playgrounds for Sam Jackson and Catherine, we decided to return with the kids later that week. Unfortunately, we didn't learn from our initial running mishap, and walked over to the playgrounds with the kids in the middle of the day. Once again, we were all dripping with sweat, and many of the swings and seesaws were too hot for the ...
... with the weather it is a little cooler than our last transit only about 30c with some haze making it feel fresher. There will still be some very red people tomorrow though! We pass by the work going on for the new locks and enlarged canal and whilst there is a lot of activity when you actually see it you can see what an enormous undertaking it is. There is no official finish date, and already a year ...
... the poorer areas of Panama (obviously panicking myself) and then seeing something that looked like ruins too late to get off the bus (I decided I would just stay on the bus to the end, turn around and head back again). I then spotted more ruins so got off the bus. To sum this up, it was an adventure to get there and back and worth seeing if you had time to kill but not huge amounts to see or do there. Don't get me wrong I was impressed ...
... different from my "other" cabin "home"!!...I'll post those tomorrow. It all does seem a bit surreal - but that, for me, is the appeal!! Things like handing out Panama hats at dinner - and then we all wear them!! ....even me!!...it's like being on another planet!!..so not like what I do!! I took a way too many transit pics!!...so will cull for this posting....try to represent this extraordinary geography that hold so much history ( I won't attempt to add the text...Wiki can do that ...