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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... lakes in the world, Lake Gatun. It was peaceful sailing through a flooded jungle for most of the day. We passed the tops of hills covered with the thick vegetation while the commentator told us stories about the canal's construction, its triumphs and its tragedies. The low clouds brought in rain then passed over us several times.
Late in the afternoon we entered the last set of locks with the skyscrapers of Panama City looming over ...
... some very hectic traffic as we zoomed through the outskirts of the city. This was a totally different view from the outlying area where my hotel is located, in what was previously the “Canal Zone” of the United States, or the Casco Viejo historic area. As we headed out of the city and began our hour long drive on the highway to cross the isthmus and get to Colón, on the Atlantic side, I wondered what differences I would see at the other end of Panamá.
We got on the boat, donned our life jackets and away we went. We rode the short distance from the ramp at Gamboa then headed under a bridge and into the canal. We rode north toward the Pacific Ocean for about 20 minutes. It is amazing to see all the huge cranes and machines used for dredging and keeping the canal at the needed depth. We also had the opportunity to ...
... The cathedral in the plaza was gorgeous and there were pigeons flying around everywhere. The kids kept asking when we were going back to the hotel for the pool! :) Alysa reminds me of myself. She has been snapping pictures left and right!
We passed a giant fish market on our way to lunch where apparently you can buy ceviche for next to nothing... The seafood here is to die for, you can't go wrong with two oceans an arms length away! Julie and I may have ...
Our first day in Central America! It started well by spending a very delerious and tired hour trying to stay awake in the airport for the Spirit desk to open so we could refund the ticket we had to buy as 'proof of onward travel' to enter Panama - noone ever checked it annoyingly! A guy in the airport offered us a ride to town because he had a hire car and we decided he was dodgy and escaped to get a cab - turned out he was in our hostel ...