El Primero Boutique Bed & Breakfast Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the tender back to the ship around 3PM and by the time the ship sailed at 4:15 the skies over Panama City were black and we could see the lighting and hear the thunder over the city. As the ship left the harbour the skies opened up over us so we sat in the Ocean Bar and met some more new friends. We have come to the conclusion that the average age on this ship is at least 75-80, but they are all active for their age and many are single and traveling on their own. After supper ...
... about the species. We continued to explore the Lost Forest area for some more time until 11:30 when we got hungry and made our way towards the Alberts(a restaurant in the Lost Forest). At Alberts I had a quesadilla meal for $12 which was good value considering what we got.
After our meal we continued to explore the park and stopped in at the Camp Critters Sea Lion Encounter for an afternoon show then ...
... but good. We headed out to pay and get back on the road when the owners (Rosie and her Husband) started asking where Chris was from. When he replied 'London, England' they said 'You know the prince was in here?'. We had no idea what they were talking about but they explained that a few years back Prince Harry was in El Centro for training and showed up one day with a bunch of other British troops for some food and beer. They did not know it was ...
... is -- does 395 traverse a caldera or was there a volcano to the east that spewed massive amount off lava that came to a sudden halt at the edge of a river or glacier/icefield? The things we ponder.... Ahead the mountains show slight snow on some tips. Not surprising as we will reach some 7000-8000 feet passes but we are already at some 3000 feet -- oops, now 4000 feet.
... dedicate to the marsupials. BTW, can you name a marsupial that does not have pouch? (Answer - bottom of blog)
While the boys building blocks at the Science Center, their mom was able to leisurely indulge herself pacing in the beautiful Balboa Park, which houses 15 museums. The intricate, stunning Spanish-Renaissance style architecture & landscape in the Park are legacy of two Expos,
- The 1915-16 Panama-California ...