13. Paseo Esteban Huertas
- Runs from the former Union Club to Plaza de Francia
- Waterfront promenade covered by bougainvillea, jutting out into the Pacific.
- Provides a beautiful view of the Puente de las Americas, the Amador Causeway and all the ships lining up to enter the canal
- Laid out in 1744-46 on the Chiriqui bastion, a well-preserved part of the colonial city wall
Esteban Huertas ran away to join the Colombian army when he was eight years old and was a general by age 26. In 1900 he lost his left arm when he fired a cannon and acquired a wooden prosthesis. He joined Panamanians in their bloodless revolution in 1903.
- Kuna vendors sell their mola embroideries and other handicraft