Riande Granada Urban Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... had lunch at the fish market. 2 Colombian guys were at the table and bought me three beers, which was completely unexpected. We had fun and then I walked on to the metro, then Albrook bus station, and got the bus to the Panama Canal. Incidentally, Cabs cost $27 from the hostel to there.
I met a German couple on the bus and we purposely avoided paying the $15 admission, which is $10 up on last years price. We saw a huge frieght, were told not to take photos (in ...
... the engineering aspects, as well as what was most interesting to me: the human stories. Usually I don’t love portraits. Here, there were some family portraits in the exhibit that were fascinating to see, especially the mix of “races” within families.
There are several churches and cathedrals in the Plaza Catedral. There are also many ruins of old churches such as the Iglesia de Santo Domingo which burned down. Casco Viejo had ...
... some ladies in our church congregation. It was so touching to see all the children laugh and see their faces light up as we talked to them and gave them their gifts. It brought me to tears seeing how poor of a state their health was in, but it made me also cry because of how happy I could see they were as we gave them gifts and talked with them. There was something special about it and the Holy Spirit was working through us to get into their hearts to show them His love. ...
... discovered I was at the WRONG hotel. Apparently this ladrón (even though I gave him the address) took me to the wrong Wingham Garden hotel, the one very close the bus station but not the one downtown like I told him. How was I supposed to know there were two!? Good thing to learn now though before the kids arrive.
I took a second taxi with a sweet man named Ezgardo. He got me to the right place and I checked in ...
... that had vines and flowers entangled in it. The view was incredible. I could see all the big beautiful buildings of Panama along with the Pacific waters. The houses of Casco Viejo are one of the most gorgeous ones I have seen in Panama (and I have seen some pretty bad ones). I didn't really have a plan going to Casco Viejo, it was mostly going to be walking around and maybe watching the world cup on TV if I could find one. So I walked around ...