The Executive Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... still visible in three different directions... and the sea to the south. I head back inside to a museum dedicated to the site. There is an emphasis on how terribly cruel the Welsh privateer Henry Morgan and his men were, burning the city to the ground, then holding the people prisoners, hoping to collect ransom from the Spanish. It is a bit different reading about the Spanish in the 17th century being victims of cruelty ...
... on our faces. I could sense the rest of the family getting nervous behind me so we didn't slow down to take any pictures, and we were undeniably relieved the reach the newly renovated part of old town which we had visited earlier that week during our guided tour. All part of the cultural experience…!
Later that afternoon, we got a call from my mother and found out that her husband Paul had died suddenly of a heart attack or brain aneurism on the mountains ...
... Pacific Ocean. It is one of the largest and most dangerous engineering feats of all time. The canal cuts across the isthmus of Panama and is key for international travel. Using the canal saves 8,000 miles on trips from San Francisco to New York. The canal is a system of locks with two lanes that act as water elevators to raise the ships from sea level to Gatun Lake, 85 feet above sea level. This allows the ships to cross through the continental divide. The ...
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We have been back at La Playita in Panama City since Thursday evening and it now looks like we will not get on our way until Monday at the earliest. On Friday we did a massive provisioning for the yacht, which should allow us 60 days to make the passage to Galapagos, Marquises and the Societie ...
... done! The film was interesting but too short and the museum was ok, but $15 was a little steep, it's only $3 for locals! We next got another taxi to Casca Viejo, or the old part of the city. All the taxi drivers were as you'd expect trying to get the best price out of is but we kept haggling them down! Upon arrival we walked around for something to eat. After passing what the driver described as 'the ghetto' now everything seemed to be really expensive! After walking around ...