Suites Ambassador Apart Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... The metro system here is very new, our guide book which was published just 18 months ago mentions the construction of it but that's all. With no map and not enough detail at the station we made a bit of a guess and jumped off at Carmen. Our plan was to explore the new town, and luckily our guess was a good one and we surfaced from the metro beside a church, a big crossroad and several high buildings. In the sweltering midday sun we made our way to the coast, and then walked along ...
So Panama really seems to be where Latin America meets North America. On one side of the bay a shiny high rise sky line, huge American malls and big hotels and on the other a slightly falling down colourful colonial quarter. First stop, Panama Canal & visitor centre, which was amazing. I was lucky enough to arrive in time to see a massive container ship pass through the locks; I felt minute compared to the ship (like a ...
... the fingers of the right hand, then the left, and lastly both thumbs. I assume that all this is floating somewhere on the world wide web!
Rudi was waiting for us at the exit, so we were off to the loft apartment.
The roads are new. There is construction everywhere.The skyline rivals any American city. The cars are large and new. In Ecuador we marveled at the many 1970 era Datsuns, here you notice all the ...
... eating cereal. Her shirt was bright pink and said "Sale".
A few minutes later some other folks showed up and David tossed me some snorkel gear. We met our "Captain" for the day - he wanted to be called RoboCop - and his shirt said "Richard Morales". Okay. We followed him to his craft and boarded. There would be 6 of us on this adventure. Two Italians, Alan and I, and a lovely couple - a French girl and a sweet gent who was born in Portugal and spoke fluent - ...
... Americas, (reminiscent of The Tyne Bridge), but I did see it in the distance in daylight before the Pedro Miguel Locks. Before today, I couldn't get into my head now the Mules would work, but now I know. It's been a great experience and I've really enjoyed the company of Jan, Bill and Alan today. I can tick the Panama Canal off the list. It was fun and interesting, but probably doesn't need repeating. A sea day tomorrow and then Puntarenas, Costa Rica on ...