B&B Casa Margarita
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the busses, malls, lights and rows of fast food places caused a sensory overload when we arrived in Panama City and we just felt like running back to a beach somewhere. The main attractions in Panama City are the Panama Canal and Casco Viejo, the old city.
CASCO VIEJO is a beautifully restored area with nice streets, buildings and fountains. There are many hostels, restaurants and bars in this area; this is the main tourist area and ...
... was very interested in our diets, naming many different types of meats to confirm that we don't eat them. He told us that he doesn't really bother with dinner. We do bother with dinner and so were dropped off at a buffet place. The woman there (perhaps originally from China) spoke to us in English. Having eaten, we walked back to our hotel past gridlocked traffic. We gratefully returned the receptionist's travel card. It was a relief to get back into the cool, conditioned ...
... the fingers of the right hand, then the left, and lastly both thumbs. I assume that all this is floating somewhere on the world wide web!
Rudi was waiting for us at the exit, so we were off to the loft apartment.
The roads are new. There is construction everywhere.The skyline rivals any American city. The cars are large and new. In Ecuador we marveled at the many 1970 era Datsuns, here you notice all the ...
... The hostel was nice with a lovely pool in the back which we took advantage of each day. Panama is a very modern city with lots of sky scrapers, a modern walk way all the way to the old town. Are first day in the city we walked this route, passing past the famous fish market. Here we stopped for some cheap seafood which tasted so fresh. We paid $1.50 for ceviche and $8 for the best fried fish we have ever tried. After ...
... things went very smoothly and we made up lots of time. Because the ship had paid extra to reserve space in the various locks, other ships without reservations had to move out of the way and allow us to pass. We actually completed the passage and entered the Caribbean a little after 3 pm. We each had a short nap during the day, but for most of the passage we stayed outside in the shade just absorbing and appreciating the beauty and the ...