Four Points Colon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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... get us prepared for what will be the two longest passages we will likely do in our lives; about a week to Galapagos and then anything from just under three weeks up to five weeks from there out to the Marquises in French Polynesia; two huge passages where you are on your own if anything goes wrong! So hence the preparations.
I’ll try and check in again after we transit the Canal to tell you of that experience. Hope you are all well & happy.
... 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 ...
At long last, we arrived back at the ship. We all disembarked whilst all the other passengers looked down on us from their balconies. The ship was meant to depart at six, yet we didn't arrive back until seven. Ted and I wasted no time in getting dinner and coming back to the room to rest.
Right now, the thought of going out on the ship is too much of an effort! Tomorrow we are in Costa Rica with another long excursion but after that, another ship day to ...
... on towards your point of no return as you pass under the Bridge of the Americas. Pic 2. 2. The next steps are basically about how to get a metal shell full of sheets, towels, pillows, plates, cups and saucers, scrambled eggs, yogurt, coffee and more coffee and much more coffee, along with waiters and consumers and someone important on the bridge who from time to time says things like, 'We have solv-ED the minor technical difficulty,' all weighing over 90,000 tons, ...