Panama Center Apartments
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... iPads afterwards - it wouldn't be a Sam Jackson Kids' Day without it - and then we headed over to the mall to grab some Mexican food for lunch. We saw Disney's "Tomorrow Land" at the movie theater, and then came back to the apartment to play a few family board games. Another successful "Kids' Day."
For our last day in Panama City, we decided to rent some bicycles and ride around the city. Luckily, the weather was a little cooler that day and it wasn't raining. ...
... 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 ...
... here; the only chain that seems to have some ground is Kotowa, so we decided to take their tour. A nice and outrageously tall Dutchman named Hans picked us up at Mamallena and drove us a whopping ten minutes to their processing plant. I wanted to steal his incredibly awesome leather shoes but I think he must've worn a size 14. Hans was informative to a fault and loved to talk so much that our 2.5 hour tour lasted 3.5 hours, but we had absolutely nowhere to be ...
... and beans.
Ancient and local history in each country is fascinating.
Toilet paper is never flushed down the loo, but disposed of into a container next to toilet, now we've seen some very interesting recepticals. It only took us a few days to get used to and remembering not to flush toilet paper down. I will have to remember once home it belongs in the loo !!
The local men in all these countries wear long trousers or jeans, ...
... pancakes to smash down on the way to the boat. Leesh is also quite excited. Its still relatively early at 1715, so we go back out as I was thinking about a pair of closed in shoes I had my eyes on earlier in the day after I had destroyed a pair of my other ones in wet weather recently. But it's tough finding my size as usual and instead stumble across the $2 sunglasses. Yep, another pair for the boat trip as Leesh buys some cheapo earrings to take her good gold ones out before ...