Four Points Colon
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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... the bus pickup some 7 km (a little over 4 miles) from my apartment - through the party area with my head down in shame (iīm sure they didnīt even notice or remember). At the pickup I ran into some bikers I knew and we chatted as we waited to load the bikes and get on the bus. The ride to Colon is a bit over an hour so I tried to sleep but it didnīt work so well as I chatted intermittently with the girl next to me. When I first sat down she said hey your...I ...
... this is the expansion of the canal but we decided to skip it, well I decided, because we had spent an easy 3 hours at the locks...easily...it is quite amazing to watch the gates fill, drain, open, close and massive boats pass in front of you. Imagine if there was a museum...it would have been a whole day trip alone! The expansion will have to wait another visit...soon as it should be done this year.
With a large green light at the ...
... most marginal way from this. In Colon corruption and weak Governance has led to "Gangs" controlling most of the town and there are warnings everywhere for tourists and locals not to wander the streets.
There is a "Free Trade Zone" in the centre of the city where there is tax free shopping and the whole precinct is surrounded by a huge wall and access is strictly controlled. I can walk through and ...
... are reserved for the crew. However, on special days such as this, the crew have to give up their space on Deck 5 for the passengers. On my TV screen at just gone 6am I could see Deck 5 filling up. I was there and had grabbed my seat by 6.20am. Slightly to port, nevertheless, I had a good, unobstructed view of ...
... at least we could make our own breakfast and dinner again. So we spent a couple of days exploring Panama City. Walking along the boulevard to Casco Viejo, the old Colonial part of Panama City, with nice views of the harbour and the impressive skyline of Panama City. Just before you reach Casco Viejo you arrive at the Mercado the Mariscos and as it was lunch time we had a nice fish lunch here with Panama Skyline views. We then wandered through the Colonial Street maze of ...