Four Points by Sheraton Panama
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Conference facilities
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This was my first trip outside the country when I arrived to panama airport I was very excited because I wanted to know panama canal and the big allbroke mall.
In panama city I visited museums, the canal and the causeway, I loved the causeway because it's a beautifull island and the canal system was amazing .
I learned about the …
... topic. For each continent we had visited on this trip, each person got to ask a question starting with "what was your favorite…[hike, restaurant, accommodation, meal, tour, etc.] on that continent?" Everyone else had to answer the question and explain why. After each person asked their question for that continent, we moved on to the next one. This was a creative and wonderful way to relive many of the amazing experiences we have had on our trip so far. Way to ...
In this case the locks on the Panama Canal. A cooler day than our visit on the way South and the first time we have transited from the Pacific to the Atlantic/Caribbean. There is great excitement onboard, among the "Canal Virgins" in particular, but most people are fascinated. We can see the works ongoing for the new wider canal and locks but even though they are now overdue there looks like years worth ...
... here; the only chain that seems to have some ground is Kotowa, so we decided to take their tour. A nice and outrageously tall Dutchman named Hans picked us up at Mamallena and drove us a whopping ten minutes to their processing plant. I wanted to steal his incredibly awesome leather shoes but I think he must've worn a size 14. Hans was informative to a fault and loved to talk so much that our 2.5 hour tour lasted 3.5 hours, but we had absolutely nowhere to be ...
... or nonexistent some places, vehicles parked on them, other places are not too bad. You have to mind your step. The promenade is a lovely open space, cyclists and joggers and some exercise equipment. Good views of the modern sky line and the old city.
Streets are difficult to find as they don't always have the names displayed, and some streets have 3 different names, very confusing if you try to read the map. You count the intersections ...