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Travel Blogs from Panama City
... minute history of the canal in Spanish. When we went in the employee running the movie tried to usher us out saying it was in Spanish and our kids said, NOPE! That is why we are here! We are learning! LOVE LOVE LOVE!
I sat with my Maya and helped translate to her, Alysa sat with Elena, and Kenny sat with Max. The movie was good but the museum afterwards was way better! 4 floors of interactive museum, but we only had about 30 minutes! I spent 20 on the first ...
... with 'washed' coffee. Since their coffee is 'natural', it has a sweet fruity taste.
The barista of the the coffee shop grinded freshly roasted coffee beans for us. With a smile on his face, he called us over to the counter and asked us to smell the freshly grinded coffee.
What a smell and what a day!
We took some fresh coffee to the hostel and continued to enjoy the day.
... expected that about 1,000 ships would transit the canal each year, last year over 14,000 ships used the canal. The canal is a one way street with ships travelling one way between midday and midnight and the other way for the next 12 hours. The canal has only closed once in the past 50 years due to a very large flood.
Gutan Lake is the key to the canal and is 36 metres (85 feet) above sea level, this means that ships traveling each ...
... andranno da altre parti, mentre tutti gli altri verranno, chi oggi, chi domani, nello stesso posto. Alla stazione degli autobus č stato tutt’altro che semplice comprare un biglietto per la nostra destinazione, e alla fine abbiamo dovuto fare un piccolo cambio di programma e prendere un autobus fino a un’altra cittā mai sentita nominare prima, dove nel bel mezzo della notte dovremmo essere in grado di prendere un minivan e arrivare ad Almirante di buon ...
... I would like to add here that I almost blurted something even more crass than that, but Jesus tapped me on my shoulder.) So the cabbie counters with $5, and I am still like, sir, you will be receiving $3 at the end of this trip. Period. Gringo classmate all of a sudden hops OUT OF THE CAB, indignant, and gives me a see, I told you face. I stay in the car, chat the cabbie up on the way to my destination, handed him $3 at the end of the trip, and told him to enjoy ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed