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1. Panama's Famous Push Buttons
Say you’re a couple and you want to get away for a little privacy, a couple who don’t want anyone to know that you’re a couple, or a trio of criminals who need a place to chill out while the heat is on.

2. El Valle De Anton
El Valle de Anton “Nestled within an ancient volcanic crater where clouds dance atop rainforest covered mountainsides, El Valle de Antòn is the largest continually inhabited volcanic crater in the World.

3. Furniture/Linea Blanca (Appliances)/Bello Hogar Fair at ATLAPA
I posted this in 2 yahoo groups in answer to a posters' request for Ethan Allan furniture. Thought that it would make sense to add the info here, in case some of you are not mmbers of that other group...

4. Pensionado & Jubilado Discounts (Translation of Panamanian Law)
Here's a translation (followed by the original Spanish text) of the Panamanian law which establishes the discounts and benefits applicable to those who qualify for retired (or pensionado) status.

5. Vasco Núñez de Balboa Park
Situated along Balboa Avenue, the Vasco Núñez de Balboa Park is a historical monument, paying tribute to the Spanish adventurer and first European to glimpse the Pacific Ocean, in 1513. Holding the Spanish flag in his left hand and a sword with his right, the Vasco Núñez de Balboa statue ...

6. The Seafood Market (El Mercado de Mariscos)
There's an excellent seafood market right next to the public pier where you can find great, fresh seafood at fantastic prices. If you like seafood, you're going to love it here.

7. Mystik - Large Club, Nightlife, Partying, Events, Concerts
Mystic is currently hot. This is the club that's in front of Crepes & Waffles in Marbella. This venue has changed names so many times its hard to keep up. In Panama the party crowd is very trendy and they migrate from one club to another. Club owners know they ...

8. Restaurante & Bar Miraflores
Good place to take your first time , to Panama,visitors - but only if you can get to sit outside. Even 'local's enjoy it. Really neat. You see the ships transit right next to you.

9. Next - Disco, Music, Dancing, Partying, Nightlife, Live ...
"Next" is a club on Balboa Avenue in Panama City that has an excellent sound and light system. The crowd is mostly 20-somethings and the venue hosts concerts, dj's, and major events. There's a VIP section upstairs and parking behind the club and on the streets in the area a ...

10. RESIDENTE CALLE 13 in panama
Today the Puerto Rican reggaeton group Residente Calle 13 held a press conference at the Crowne Plaza hotel at 6:30 PM. The artists talked about their upcoming concert and answered questions from the media. The group will be playing tomorrow night, Thursday, 18 May at the Next disco on Balboa ...

11. The Grupo Dental de Galerias Balboa
The Grupo Dental de Galerias Balboa is located in the Marbella area of Panama City on Balboa Avenue. We are a group dental practice dedicated to providing the very best dental care we can to our family of patients. The goal of each dentist and dental staff member is to ...

12. Oasis among Panama’s Tropics – La Yeguada is ...
By Matt Sheehey and Teri Milstein for Panama-Guide.com - After getting to know the bustling streets and lowland heat of Santiago, head up the mountain highway past Calobre, where you’ll find cooler temperatures and a serene lake surrounded by pine forests and mist-shrouded peaks in La Reserva Forestal La Laguna ...

13. Fiestas Patrias
Panama will be celebrating their independence this week with parades and festivals.

14. Expansion of the Panama Canal: A Primer
The Panamanian government has now reformed their tax laws and their social security system. Now, they will be gearing up to pass a national referendum on the expansion of the Panama Canal. Since this issue will be dominating the local news for the next few months, it's a good time ...

15. What´s Up
What´s Up? Activities Guide for the Expatriate Community in Panama No. 13 - October 7/04. For a free subscription courtesy of PALMETTO REALTY write to whatsupanama@cableonda.net with the word "subscribe" in "Subject").

16. PowerClub Gym Prices (19 Jan 05)
I'm shopping for a gym right now, since the Lite Gym in my building isn't cutting it any more. So far, I've visited SportTek on Via Brasil, which I liked a lot, but it might not be exactly convenient for me.

17. Bringing Household Goods/Cars
Immigrating to Panama for many of us, means bringing Household Goods/Cars from the United States; as permitted by the Pensionada laws of Panama. Here's an overview of some of the things you will need to consider.

18. How to Receive a Money Transfer to your ...
Having just recently (October 2004) opened a personal and business bank account in Banco General, I wanted to share the correct way to receive a money transfer of funds globally.

19. Panama Earthquakes
Geology and tectonics are an interest of mine. Living in Panama City for a number of years, the thought of a Panama City earthquake seemed remote. History tells of a different story. We are at risk. Two historic reviews of earthquakes in Panama (city proper) One 1640, the other 1882. ...

20. Multicentro
One of the places that I take my toddler to whenever we want to walk around is Multicentro. The two year old mall that is located in Paitilla. One great thing about it is that they have free strollers that you can keep for as long as you like (which ...

21. Battlezone - Gaming Card Central...
This is the best place in town for kids who collect and trade the cards from the different game systems, such as Yugioh, Duel Masters, Pokemon, Vs., and others.

22. "Einstein's Head"
In Panama you will seldom hear anyone give directions using a street address, or using a numbered highway as a reference. People here give directions using landmarks and well known points of reference. Two speakers will find a common point, and then directions are given from there. A common point ...

23. "La Posta" New Restaurant in Panama City.....Excellent
In the last couple weeks there was a review in the Prensa newspaper about a new restaurant they referred to as 5 stars, with the atmosphere of Havana 1950. It is called "La Posta" and it has international cuisine. It is on Calle 49 & Calle Uruguay, just next door ...

24. Floresteria Victoria Flores
First of all, I think you are doing a great job! I have a suggestion, could you add in your 'sections' a CONTACT US link? and a SHOPPING section? (Yup. Great suggestion. Thanks... DKW)

25. Gorgona beach
About an hour drive from Panama City one can find a Gorona beach. What a great place to relax, walk on a sand, take in some rays and forget the busy life of the city. Looking to buy a condo at a affordable price? It's still possible. We did a ...

26. Sportek Fitness Center Prices 1/19/2005
Here are the current prices at Sportek on Via Brasil.

27. Dr. Oscar Bulgim
If you're going to be living in Panama, there's a good chance that sooner or later you're going to need the services of a good gastrointerologist. Dr. Oscar Bulgim has been my "gut doctor" for more than 10 years. So, if you eat something that makes you sick, Oscar will ...

28. Dim Sum/Chinese Food
You might wonder why suddenly I have started to add articles. When I visit home (Panama) or any other place, I keep a journal. Since my last visit to Panama we have been traveling and moving, so I am just catching up on my journal and the great places we ...

29. Information about Blood Donation
The Red Cross has an online presentation (http://www.redcross.org/donate/give/) you can view that answers the basic questions about donating blood. Also, on the same site, there are these donation guidelines (http://www.redcross.org/services/biomed/0,1082,0_557_,00.html) that are used to screen donors to see if you are eligible to donate. Down below, there are answers to ...

30. Panama's Most Wanted - Cristóbal Salerno
The Auxiliary Office of the Public Prosecutor sent a request to the Immigration Office on 16 May to prevent businessman Cristóbal Salerno Ballesta from leaving the country, and ordered his arrest due to his suspected connection to the discovery of a shipment of explosives at a company called "Servicios de ...