Panama City, Panama tour

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1 US dollar = 1 Panamanian Balboa (May 16, 2016).
Rod Carew was born on October 1, 1945 in Gatun, Canal Zone, Panama. He is still currently living at 70 years old. Rod Carew is famous for his illustrious career in Major League Baseball with an induction into the National Baseball Hall of Fame and the Carribean Baseball Hall of Fame. Some interesting facts about Rod is he was signed to the Minnesota Twins on the day he graduated high school. He is also the all time All-Star vote leader with 33 million votes.
Hoy es el dieciséis de mayo, 2016. Hace parcialmente soleado. El viento está once km/h. La temperatura es de viente y nueve C. Por mañana, hará parcialmente soleado con tormentas eléctricas. El viento estará siete km/h.

La Maleta

Yo fui a la Panama City, Panamá. Yo necesito una maleta con ruedas. Yo traigo los camisetas y los pantalones cortos. También, traigo una chaqueta para posible lluvia y mal tiempo. Yo traigo un traje de baño.
La fecha de mi viaje es el cuatro de julio al once de julio. El precio de un boleto es setecientos y siete balboas.


Duración de la vista: una semana

Número de habitaciones: dos adultos

Una doble es trienta y cinco balboas por día

Total: doscientos cuarenta y cinco balboas

Total: doscientos cuarenta y cinco dólares

La transportación

Dos maneras de transporte son el metro y el autobús. El precio de un boleto para el metro es .35 balboas. El precio de un boleto para el autobús es .25 balboas.


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Amador Causeway

A causeway connecting the three islands near Panama City to the mainland. This is a very popular place to take pictures, go for a jog, or have a nice meal. The stunning views of Panama City and the Americas bridge. The Causeway is always a high traffic area with cars, people, and ships.For a tourist, it will cost from $5-10 to catch a taxi across the six kilometer long road.

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Isla Taboga

One of Panama’s greatest escapes to leave the city life and sink your toes in the sand. The Island was settled in 1515 by the Spanish. This charming island ,also known as the Island of Flowers, is 12 miles from the mainland with a ferry system giving rides the and from the island 7 days a week. This is a must see tourist site with crystal clear water, flower line trails, and much more.

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Panama Canal Museum

The Panama Canal museum is a wonderful tourist attraction that gives in depth information about the history of the Panama Canal. Tours are led in Spanish only, but do offer English audio tours. This museum is open Tuesday-Sunday from 9:30 to 5:00pm. There is a small fee of $10 with an additional fee of $3 if you need an English guided tour or audio tour.

Actividades Divertidas

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The Biomuseo is a must see museum consisting of 8 galleries depicting the biodiversity of Panama and a biodiversity park on the museum grounds. Admittion is $22 per adult and $11 for children. The museum is open on Tuesdays thru Fridays from 10:00 Am to 4:00 Pm, and is open Saturday thru Sunday from 10:00 Am to 5:00 Pm.

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Punta Culebra Natural Center

Punta Culebra Natural Center is a great place to visit to increase awareness and appreciation for the coastal and marine life of Panama City. Addmition is free to the public. The centers summer buisness hours are Tuesday thru Sunday from 10:00 Am to 6:00 Pm

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Carne o salchicha guisada

This dish is made up of meat or sausage with other different vegetables of your choice in a tomato sauce. This dish is traditionally served as a sauce or something to dip bread into.
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This dish is primarily served as a snack or appetizer in Panama. It is a fried meat pie stuffed with meat or cheese inside a breaded matched yucca crust.
While I am at El Trapiche, I will order the taquitos de pollo(chicken taqueria) as an appetizer. For my main corse I will order the pechuga a la plancha( breaded chicken breast).
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Panama is famous for selling their Panama Hats. These hats are currently in style right now and can be bought for around $8.
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Panamanian molas are made by the Guna Indians in the San Blas Islands. Molas are square pieces of woven fabric that commonly go on blouses or even pillow designs. Prices usually start around $10, but can fluctuate depending on the designs.
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These intricate woven baskets are made by the Embera Indians in Panama. They consist of natural fibers and colored dyes found in the forests. These baskets make a perfect little piece of artwork in your home.


Fechas de mi viaje: el cuatro de julio hasta el once de julio.

Balboas. Dólares.

Boletos de Vuelo.

1014. 1014


245. 245

Transportación 1.

.35 .35

Transportación 2.

.25 .25

Atracción 1.

5-10. 5-10

Atracción 2.

Free. Free

Atracción 3.

13. 13

Actividad divertida 1.

44. 44

Actividad divertida 2.

Free. Free


15.95. 15.95

Costó total en pesos- 1342.55

Costó total en dólares- 1342.55