Four Points by Sheraton Panama
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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 …
... achievement completed in 1914) and remained within a little US enclave for nearly a century. Panama was paid a paltry share of the profits from the canal. Over the next few decades, the Panamanians fought to regain sovereignty over the canal. There were many trials and much suffereing along the way but on the last day of the 20th Century it was handed back. Ultimately, the nation of Panama has done extremely well out of the canal, even if there was a time where ...
... out and hit the mattress. Mel please note the beer was 0.0% alcohol. I'm staying out of trouble. Svend and Maureen also called it a night but Steve and James stayed up and did a bit of fishing for a few hours and were joined by one of the Crew from Re Joyce who is a Marine Biologist.
Day 2 started at 0600 and by 0630 we had our second day advisor onboard. His name was Victor. Victor was a pretty relaxed guy also and we shared a few ...
... puts Chicago to shame. Here, there is very little racism and prejudice. People of all cultures, colors, backgrounds don't coexist here, they have all just become Panamanian. It's fascinating. The canal continues to attract people from around the world, and the country is booming with innovation.
For a Spanish class field-trip, we visited the Canal information center, museum, and observation deck. The Panama Canal just celebrated its 100th anniversary, and still uses ...
... us wandering around the area after dusk either.
As expected, our hostel wasn´t the quietest place in the world. It was full of young people who were eager to part as hard as possible. Luckily we were so tired that we fell asleep immediately even though there was a bunch of people screaming next to our room until 3.00.
Day 2: December 5, 2014
That day we planned to visit the country´s main attraction – Panama Canal. We had read that the easiest ...