Panama City guide

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Through the recommendation of our hotel, the Four Points by Sheraton, we were fortunate to have the guide services of Emilio R. D’Angelo (phone +1 507 659 829 41 or e-mail emilio.tours@hotmail.com) on one day of our Jan. 13-19, 2010, trip to Panama.

Excluding park entrance fees, we paid $120 for our six-hour tour in his van, seeing the canal, the home of Manuel Noriega, the Old City, the craft market and the fish market, where we ate a delicious lunch of fresh-caught corvina for $5 per person, with beer $2 a glass.

JUDY HIPPNER

Chandler, AZ

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Through the recommendation of our hotel, the Four Points by Sheraton, we were fortunate to have the guide services of Emilio R. D’Angelo (phone +1 507 659 829 41 or e-mail emilio.tours@hotmail.com) on one day of our Jan. 13-19, 2010, trip to Panama.

Excluding park entrance fees, we paid $120 for our six-hour tour in his van, seeing the canal, the home of Manuel Noriega, the Old City, the craft market and the fish market, where we ate a delicious lunch of fresh-caught corvina for $5 per person, with beer $2 a glass.

JUDY HIPPNER

Chandler, AZ