InterContinental Miramar Panama
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
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... but there is a beautiful walk/bikeway along the coast which allows you to get a more panoramic view of the seaside skyline, which forms a crescent shape behind you. Seems like a good place for my official Panama City parkbench video clip. Along the way there are gardens and some modern art sculptures. And then over in the middle of the boulevard is a monument to Balboa, standing on top of a globe with a flag in one hand and a sword in the other. Balboa was the first European ...
... take very long to get to the other side. So, the locks are the way to get across. Basically, say you are on the Pacific side trying to get to the Caribbean side. You enter at the Pacific side of the locks, and you wait for the water level to rise up from low, and then the gates open and you repeat this same kind of fashion for the other locks. It will take about 8 hours. Glad I am not in one of those boats. I thought that this mechanism in very sophisticated and cool to learn about. I hope you thought so ...
We have been anchored off La Playita (Little Beach) since Tuesday when we came through the Canal. The issue is that we are waiting for six "Batcars" and a couple of other items to arrive from the US. Before you get visions of us racing around Panama in Batmobiles, Batcars are travellers with four roller bearing wheels that attach the mainsail to the mast at each Batten and allow it to slide up and down as required. They ...
... From expo to race day I met people from Japan, cuba, Colombia, ethiopia, USA and Costa Rica. Having them run made it feel like all really was like my other US international marathons.
Race day! I arrived walking to the site at 4 am, almost no one was there...I thought did it get cancelled? All other marathons I've been to you arrive at least 1.5 hrs early to stretch, find the start point, eat the last bit and most importantly go to the ...
Didn't mean to swear (I apologise for the terrible joke). A stop in Panama was not planned. Having said that nor was this entire trip! I made a friend in Medellin who had interned with the UN in Panama City and said I should check it out. I'm glad I did. Panama is a strange fusion of American, Spanish and French culture. American arguably being dominant. It ...