Suites Ambassador Apart Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Continental Divide - and has 3 levels of locks at each end. We were told it cost approximately USD400,000 for Queen Victoria to transit the Panama Canal (the fee is based on the size of ship and the number of passengers). It costs approximately double that to transit the Suez Canal - but then it is about twice as long! It took 8-9 hours to transit the Canal, mainly because it takes a long time getting through the locks. ...
... clothes and contented myself with going down to the hotel restaurant for a bite to eat. I wasn't that hungry, but thought I should have something, so ordered a club sandwich. What I ended up with could have fed a family of four. The sandwich alone was huge but it contained a plate of french fries as well. I hate wasting food, but I simply didn't have the appetite for this size of meal. In saying that, I made up for it at breakfast the next morning. The standard buffet spread ...
In a change to the usually procedure the imigration people wanted to see us in person, so we had to make a trip to another island. This one was pretty, with a beach and even a small runway. The army is based here, with one badass four-motor boat. The dude doing the passports was a beauractic ********. Lazily flicking through and intently studying each page of each one of our passports. Making us wait for the sheer delight ...
... and then to Casco Viejo. We were thirsty by then so we stopped off at Casablanca Restaurant ( remember this place Erroll?) and sat inside and drank enormous glasses of Te Frio. From there, more wandering around and then a taxi back to the hotel where we cooled off in the pool. A little while later at the pool, John fished a little boy safely out of the water. He had dragged a chair over to the edge of the pool and proceeded to jump off the chair into ...