B&B Hotel Cerrito
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... to its former glory. Situated by the waterfront and overlooking the city skyline. It reminded us of Cuba however cleaner and having received a little TLC. Aki, is an amazing new Japanese restaurant which we visited twice during our stay. The food was fresh, well prepared and thoroughly enjoyed despite my normal avoidance of Japanese. And for dessert, brownie tempura, yummmm! Granclement is also situated here serving up artisanal flavored icecreams and sorbets. Over a ...
... from within the terminal. Seeing as hundreds of people must do this journey every day, it beggared belief that we were given misinformation so many times. After an incredibly frustrating hour of being told different things, and none of them turning out to be correct, with a complete lack of signage, we found the right bus to get us to the canal. Panama has a long way to go to get it's tourist information correct and up to ...
... talked the guy at the counter! So much for backpacking, but after staying in Bogota we would need a bit of luxury. First impressions after getting to the centre is that we already love this place. Panama city is located near the coast and has had a lot of money poured into it, with the skyscrapers making it look like Hong Kong. It's very humid here as it's just hit rainy season and the forecast for the next few days is non stop thundery rain. The rest of ...
... around Casco Viejo for the afternoon, stoping for coffee, snacks, shopping and photos, the typical city day. After the Pirate Captain Henry Morgan burnt Panama city to the ground in 1671, the town was rebuilt at Casco Viejo. In 1904, when construction began on the Panama Canal, all of Panama City existed where Casco Viejo stands today. However, as population growth and urban expansion pushed the boundaries of Panama City further east, the city’s ...
... are three dogs here, one is named Amber, and reminds me a lot of Peppers. She is our fearless leader. She trail blazes with us, day and night, protects us from crazy cab drivers, and even accompanies us for a beer at the local bar/restaurant/single family home/gardening center/whatever else it wants to be. I will miss her a lot when we go back to Panama City.
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