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Paseo de Las Bovedas, Panama City
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En general está limpio, pero las lápidas donde está referida la historia del Canal están en malas condicionesIt is usually clean, but the tombstones where the history of the Canal is referred are in bad conditionshow original
Pour un français qui passe sur cette place.... si loin du pays natal....le coeur bat très fort, les noms inscrits sont l'histoire même de l'aventure humaine.... Il faut venir, voir, penser...génialFor a french happening on this place... If away from the homeland... the heart pounding, registered names are history of the human adventure... You must come, see, think... awesomeshow original
Aprovechar en horas de la tarde y el anochecer para obtener fotos de dos paisajes hermosos con el Puente de las Américas de fondoTake in the afternoon and evening hours for photos of two beautiful landscapes with the bridge of the Americas Fundshow original
Gorgeous view! Highly recommended walk with some funky vendors along the way. Great drinks and eateries nearby too. Day and night.
Make sure you visit the café at the rooftop of the Spanish Culture Institute, a fairly new, stylish but totally non commercial place. Have a sundowner there, the view from the terrace is breathtaking, sun setting over the Old Town on one side and the last rays of sun reflecting in the glass facades over the skyline of Panama City. Try the Maracuja Mojito and be suprised how they serve it. Order Croquetas to go along as nibbles, outstanding... Then you stroll along the Bougainvillea covered walkway and meet some "Muelles de San Blas" selling their lovely indigenous handicraft - little hand embroidered squares with ancient geometrical motives or more modern ones. Remember "white" is not a native color, those motives are a "line extension" of the product. Make lovely little pillows, or collect several and stitch them together to make a patchwork blanket or simply frame them, they are all unique pieces of native art. Sizes may vary from 8-12 inches squared... Prices are defintely lower than at any mall, as they sell direct. They start at USD 20. The pieces are typically stitched together, so don't be fooled if you are pointing at one and the lady tears it off, the price goes per square. Don't haggle too much, these indigenous people have a tough life and are working hard but they proudly present their craftsmanship and don't beg for anything. It pays off to support ancient craftsmanship, it is an "endangered species"...anyhow, I thoroughly enjoyed this area of Panama.
Carlos Eduardo Vásquez
A must see place. It's a very interesting site to learn about the construction of the canal
Nice romantic restaurant for the evening. Food was a bit pricey but delicious.
EXCELLENT PLACE TO GO WHILE YOU ARE IN PANAMA CITY, PANAMA, BEAUTIFUL PLACE, GREAT PEOPLE ALL AROUND, VERY LOW COST OF LIVING, EXCELLENT FOR RETIRED. HIGHLY RECOMMEND ALL THIS PLACE ABOVE AND PHOTOS.
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