Four Points Colon

Address: Milennium Plaza Av A. Waked Corredor Zona Libre, Colon, Panama | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Milennium Plaza Av A. Waked Corredor Zona Libre, Colon, is near Gatun Locks, Fort San Lorenzo, Isla Grande, and Panama Canal Railway.
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      Travel Blogs from Colon

      Complete Panamania

      A travel blog entry by andrewjerome on Nov 15, 2014

      23 photos

      ... off into space!

      When we finally arrived in Amador (part of Panama City) where our buses were waiting, the whole tired tour disembarked for the trip back to the ship. We were actually almost an hour behind schedule but were told the ship would wait for us. We did see some interesting sights outside the city, such as the Museum of Biodiversity, but once it got dark, most passengers were falling asleep. There was also some traffic jams which delayed us ...

      Colon: The "Other Side" of Panama

      A travel blog entry by rpelletier2014 on Aug 15, 2014

      9 photos

      ... like system they grew up in, lived and worked in. In previous generations, West Indian workers and other low skilled, non European workers building the canal, were paid less and in silver coins rather than the gold coins and higher salary or white American workers. Thus, the terminology for workers became “Gold Men” or “Silver Men.” You may think that was ...

      An unforgettable 4th of July in Panamá

      A travel blog entry by flyindandelion on Jul 04, 2014

      5 comments, 253 photos

      ... went out to meet up with the boys who had clambered out right away. The view was breathtaking. We moved along the canal, chugging along, with the immense, lush, green jungle on either side of us... When there was a break in the jungle the huge lake stretched out on either side as far as the eye could see. It was breathtaking. We stayed on the balcony almost the entire trip (even though the seats were like cushy pillows) with the kids moving in and out of the rail ...

      Shooting the Gap with the turtles

      A travel blog entry by colin on May 19, 2014

      37 photos

      ... There is a terrace on the roof but to be honest it is too bloody hot up there, even at night. A lot of the heat comes off the floor and walls, which have absorbed heat all day. When I went out for dinner the town had come to life, lots of people around. It made me think of a vampire movie; sleep by day, wake up at sunset.

      I woke early on Monday so went for a walk before it got hot. Town was already busy by 6am, the locals ...

      Pedro connecting with the youth

      A travel blog entry by spenny_stubbs on May 14, 2014

      2 comments, 2 photos

      ... inclination of who I was. My mother was more observant and managed to recognize me. It was a happy reunion not having seen my parents since leaving for Whistler. It probably worked for the best that I missed my flight since at customs in Panama I didn't have to explain that I didn't have a plane ticket to leave the country. The only evidence I had was a flimsy piece of paper from the captain I’m sailing with saying that I was going to leave the country by boat. ...