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If in Panama City and you have some time, travel over the Bridge. You are passing over the Canal and can see ships on both sides. While Arajan is the closest town on the other side and really is not much of an attraction. The...More
This bridge is very important in that it connects two continents -- one end is in North and other in South America. We went under it on boat and it was interesting to see given it's importance but doubt if I would travel specifically to...More
This is one of soon to be 3 bridges spanning the Panama Canal. There is a Chinese Tribute display at one end of the bridge. You can also buy inexpensive souvenirs there. Great photo op of Panama City as well. It was built by the...More
The causeway is made up by 3 islands: Naos, Perico and Flamenco. Both isla Perico and isla Flamenco have places to eat and shop. You can rent a bike or online skates to see the causeway. There is a great view of the bridge of...More
This 50+ year bridge shows it's age. It's heavily trafficked because it connects the city with the beaches and the towns in the interior of the country. As the city has expanded, many have been forced to move to towns across the canal, so the...More