Four Points Colon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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Travel Blogs from Colon
... to sleep. The shower is one of the best of the whole trip and the beds are clean. We are back in the Port at 9:00. Fixers are hanging around at the gate. There are a lot of windows, with numbers and funny names. People waiting everywhere for the scarce openings of the steel drawers below the black blinded windows. Not being able to see the officer at the other side of the glass adds to the unpleasant atmosphere of customs. I have seen it a lot. Stupid. People try ...
... grain ship, and in the next lane is a German container ship, with the containers rising high above the canal walls as the locks open and fill it with water. It's a tedious process, as the little rail cars inch there way up the slope and slowly drag the ships through. Suddenly I have another question: Why is it that in 85 years that the United States controlled the canal, it was never expanded? Why is it that only after Panama took over that an expansion project has begun? ...
... I was even able to swim from this island to the next secluded island which was around 600m away. We drank coconut milk out of fresh coconuts, ate an incredible meal of lobster and octopus, and had rum punch as a surprise. We had a big beach party for our last night and partied around another bonfire with marshmallows and rum! The next day we enjoyed another island before heading to cartí where we got jeeps to Panama ...
... be to ******* a fixie.
A fixie is a single speed bike where basically all you have for power are your 2 legs. It is the bike I have here and I use it for everything...it is my main vehicle!
After sucoming to the thoughts of others about can and can't I stopped training for it. Lesson learned because you can do anything if you put your mind to it! This year I went for it on my fixie and all!
I trained and trained and trained! Here in ...
... had taken tours. It costs approximately $500,000 for a cruise ship to use the Panama Canal. We had a couple of hours in Colon so we got off the ship and walk around the area. It was very amazing to see all the container ships lining up to pass through the Canal. The ship left Colon a couple of hours late as they had some mechanical issues. No problem though as we made it to the next port.