A Grand Clock

I’ve always liked the large clock in the rotunda of Torres de Las Americas in Panama City.  This is the building where the Canadian Embassy is located and yesterday we were there to submit SU’s application for his passport renewal.

After we were finished on the 11th floor we came back down and spent some time in the lobby looking at the clock that shows different times from around the world.  The designer cleverly incorporated a water feature that is very soothing as one stands listening.  In a busy world, in a busy building, we stood for several minutes admiring the grand clock.

Every once in a while it’s nice to be out and about from…the campo.

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10 Responses to A Grand Clock

  1. That is great. We will have to check it out on next visit to PC.
    Thanks for the post.

    • indacampo says:

      Thanks! There’s a Starbucks in the building now. And at the mall across the street. The Starbucking of Panama plods on. 🙂

  2. Andy y Kandice Brown says:

    Great info. We have two friends from Panama who are wanting to visit us in Canada in August.
    They require a Canadian visa to enter Canada. Do you suppose they could go there to make application in person ? They are not great on online applications !
    Do you happen to have any other address or a contact person we could call ?
    Thanks. Appreciate your insight.

  3. LYDIA RAMBO says:

    So Canadians can renew their passports in Panama City?

  4. firdous says:

    I am not sure how to get in contact. Can you E-mail kewlhawaii@hotmail.com willbe in Panama for a week or ist wk of feb..

  5. Firdous Jafry says:

    How is the ole man Keith doing going to a private concert in Toronto, Mick Jagger and Keith Richard show on. The Hard Rock Cafe closing down at Yonge and Dundas going to the finale sorry we could not hook up will have to brush up my Espanol for next time but I am sure it will help in Cuba. All the best Lydia.

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