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Panama Marriott Hotel's Cyber Monday Deal Puts Guests In Paradis

East, Gulf ports eager With the rise of China and other Asian economies, the two ports' traffic has nearly quadrupled since 1990 to more than 14 million containers last year. By value, Los Angeles and Long Beach handled 39 percent of all container imports and 24 percent of all container exports that, combined, totaled about $930 billion last year. For American seaports in the East and South, the opening of the expanded Panama Canal in 2015 holds the promise of significant gains in business, some of it long dominated by the Los Angeles region. And their efforts to become more competitive are getting fresh impetus from the Obama administration. U.S. <br>More:

Intercontinental currently owns 44 properties under Holiday Inn Express and Holiday Inn brands cross the Latin American region. InterContinental has been operating in Latin America for the past 65 years. The affluent middle-class population and greater footfall impelled this Zacks Rank #3 (Hold) company to grow further in this fast-growing emerging market. The hotelier has more than 80 hotels in Central and South America and the Caribbean. We believe the new property will strengthen its brand presence in the region as well as align with its growth strategy. <br>More:

Regular rates are $214 per night, so savvy travelers who book the deal at the hotel in Panama will save more than $100 on their exotic Panama vacations. The Panama hotel boasts luxurious accommodations . Rooms are well-appointed with desirable features. Travelers enjoy sound nights of sleep on king or double beds boasting thick mattresses topped with cotton-rich linens, down comforters, custom duvets and plenty of fluffy pillows. In-room entertainment is available on 37-inch flat-screen HDTVs equipped with premium channels CNN, ESPN and HBO. A multi-outlet power strip and high-speed Internet access make it easy to stay connected and upload vacation photos to social media sites for instantaneous sharing. Marble bath tubs with Bath & Body Works products and plush robes provide added comfort and elegance. <br>More:

It makes me want to strive even harder, to work my legs to where I can sit on the floor and play with them." A church acquaintance set up a campaign on the home page crowdfunding site GoFundMe to try to ease the family's financial burden. Bradford has health insurance, but that won't cover all the bills for medical, rehab and therapy. Storey had been a commercial fisherman for years and had recently switched jobs to be home more with Bradford. He had no benefits or life insurance. Bradford's mother has also had to take an extended leave of absence from her job. She and Tasha's grandmother have been staying in a hotel near the hospital. <br>More:

Their rental car was found with their passports and finally they reconnected. They made their scheduled flight, returning to Canada on Saturday. "You can't describe it, knowing the person you love is safe and in one piece," said Mirtle. Mirtle said thatbefore the trip, he researched Panama and checked Ottawa's travel advisory page. He found no warnings for the specific area they would be in. <br>More:

The presence of U.S. chemical weapons in Panama is a lingering issue between the two countries. According to the International Fellowship of Reconciliation (IFOR), an interfaith advocacy organization based in the Netherlands, mustard gas and distilled mustard, phosgene, cyanogen chloride, hydrogen cyanide, butane, and possibly also Lewisite were among the chemicals that the U.S. military tested at San Jose Island. "From available documents," IFOR reported, "the number of munitions tested are known for 18 of the 130 tests conducted on San Jose Island. <br>More:

Tomas Cabal, head of the anti-terrorism section of Panama's Foreign Ministry, said 32 of the crew of the Chong Chon Gang would be freed and should leave the country by Thursday. The three most senior members, including the captain, still face charges of threatening Panama's security by seeking to move undeclared weapons through the Panama Canal. Cabal said the attorney general's office had informed him the paperwork to free the crew had been processed. However, the state prosecutor for organized crime, Nathaniel Murgas, later told reporters that his office was still analyzing the North Korean authorities' request to release the men. The crew's return would end part of a bizarre case involving the three countries that provoked international controversy after El Informe the ship was seized in July for smuggling Soviet-era arms, including two MiG-21 aircraft, under 10,000 tons of sugar. "The crew members have effectively been freed. They are drawing up the release order and will go to Havana. <br>More:

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