Continental Hotel & Casino
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TravelPod Member ReviewsContinental Hotel & Casino Panama City
O hotel é bom mas o trânsito na rua é infernal e as buzinas que não param de tocar incomoda bastante.
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... as to compete with a new canal being built by a Chinese company in Nicaragua. Fascinating.
After the canal museum, we headed under the Bridge of the Americas, drove by the colorful Frank Gehry BioMuseum and out to the Amador Causeway where we stopped for lunch. Then we took a walking tour of Casco Viejo, the old town of Panama City. It was interesting to see the old Spanish colonial architecture and how the city is revitalizing this once dilapidated and ...
... having now lost its place in line, it will have a complicated exit once it gets repaired.
In any event we headed through the Gaillard Cut, the biggest dig in the canal project, and past a high hill which was the continental divide. According to the guide this is the only place in the Americas where the water at the continental divide goes to both the Atlantic and the Pacific. At several points along the way, we were able to ...
To be honest, it's taken me a while to write this as I've had a delightful week in Panama City doing very little! Sunday evening I arrived at Phils apartment in Panama City. The apartment is on the seafront, halfway between the 'new town' all sky scrapers and shining lights; and Casco Viejo the 'old town.' It has a pool on the 51st floor, gym on the 27th and views to die for. Panama City has a very modern, 1st world feel to it, very ...
... conducted by a gentleman who works for the Panama Canal Commission, and who did the commentary for the whole day. Many photos were taken and it was thoroughly enjoyable.
Interestingly, the Panama Canal Commission is building a new canal, which will be running parallel with the current canal. It is due to be opened either later this year or early next year. It was hoped that it would be opened for the 100th anniversary of the current canal on August 15, 2014. Apparently there is ...
... of Isobel. Yes indeed the ferry was running and taking bikes, there was a problem with the deck hence not cars. They needed the exit permit to book and 2 days for immigration to clear everyone to exit. The little glimmer of hope just extinguished its self. The ferry is leaving tomorrow, Isobel checked to see if the documentation could be fast tracked not a chance. We wait until Monday for the next ferry or ship the bikes tomorrow.
We book the flights and ...