The Executive Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... storyteller as he recounted how the famous pirate Captain Morgan once attacked this Spanish settlement with 1,400 men marching from the Caribbean coast across the jungle. For once, both kids listened attentively to our tour guide's every word.
June 3rd marked the one year anniversary of our departure for our world tour. We decided to celebrate the occasion with a "Family Feast," a three course home-cooked meal in our apartment. Catherine came up with our ...
... construction for the new locks, which will enable more and larger traffic to use the canal, due for completion in 2016. Finally, after passing a prison on the banks of the Cut where Manuel Noriega now resides, we entered Gatun Lake and docked to let all of us off and onto buses for the trip back to Panama City. After hanging for a bit in the city we headed to the airport and got back to our casita at about 11:30. A full long day.
I'v been slacking a bit on the blog thing so I've got some catching up to do. The past two days were kind of uneventful because we've been moving around a lot. Thursday was the day we started our journey to Panama City, but not before another amazing lunch at Antojitos (where I ate twice as much as any man should) and a tour of a major coffee plantation. Souvenir tiles and a memorial invitation were involved, but you'll have to hear that story in person :) We have seen ...
PanamaCity is the first modern city on our holiday. Tall skyscrapers, modern architecture. Traffic ++. A lot of impatient blowing of horns, even if one can see the road is blocked. Taxi drivers will give you a beep to see if you want his services. A very noisy city.
We went for a long walk to the promenade, very humid, hot and sunny. Walking through wealthy and not so wealthy suburbs without feeling uncomfortable.
The pavements ...
... mistake. Everything negative that was mentioned in Trip Advisor was true. Anyways, we have learned where not to go! We took the bus back to the hotel after our meal, and this time we only waited 55 minutes for the bus! Today we met a young man from Brazil who loves in Brasilia. He wanted to practise his English and I don't speak Portugese. He was very nice and we enjoyed meeting him. He mentioned to us that we should visit the Japanese Garden in Buenos ...