Suites Ambassador Apart Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... little English audio-guides with great anticipation. I've been looking forward to Canal Day for a long time, and this was it. The museum was visually appealing but EVERYTHING was in Spanish so we missed out on 95% of it. Our audio-guides only worked in a few places and gave a super watered-down version of events. Brittany's guess is that the real story was in Spanish on the walls, because the English stuff made it sound like the US was just a friendly benefactor, ...
... out with Jimena, an Argentinian girl, our conversations are an interesting mix of Spanglish but we get by and we are both learning. She is also a helpful translator for me! So far my Spanish has got me as far as understatnding what is said to me but no idea how to respond, or constructing a reasonable enough sentence into fooling them I speak Spanish and then having no idea what the reply is. Both scenarios lead to a ...
... quite incredible to think they knew so much then already. So many ruins, and all slightly different. We enjoyed them all, and we were not 'ruined out'.
We found it all extremely interesting. Historic sites far exceeded our expectations.
3) Panama Canal, one can just marvel at the engineering of this amazing canal. Celebrated 100 years after completion in 2014.
4) Mexico and Mexico City were our favourite places, nothing like what ...
... in Casco because of the Spanish Colonial architecture ( it is a Unesco World Heritage Site) and they are restoring more and more buildings. When Erroll and Lillian were here with us two years ago, most of the brick roads were under construction. The roadwork is finished making it much easier to get around and its less dusty and noisy now. We tried out another restaurant called Diabolicos. It was great! Interesting ...
... wasn't the authentic hunter-gatherer life Id hoped to see as represented by TV or Mel Gibson's movie "apocalypo" (mind you that was set about 600 years ago I suppose)
I did see loads of sloths, monkeys, other little foreign animals, dolphins, toucans and other birds in the wild though. Definatly beats the wildlife in uk where the most exotic thing is a mashed up badger at the side of the road. My more sinister ...