B&B Casa Margarita
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... from the market on the way back to the hotel so I can have a nightcap on the balcony after dinner tonight. Watched a bit of a movie called The Attack in Spanish, which I think was White House Down. Headed out at 6pm and had a rum and coke on the roof at Tantalo. There's lightning flashing in the western sky. Looks like another storm building, but right now it's dry and very pleasant - Panama weather is perfect when the sun goes down!
Next stop was Puerta de Terra, a ...
... and lined with top quality restaurants. Being a tight pair, we just had drinks and took in the view of the city from afar. Up until this point the weather had remained hot and humid, but it became clear that things were about to change as a huge dark cloud descended over the city. As it hung there ominously, we got on the bus and made a call to see Casco Viejo as a last stop. This turned out to be a bad move as, within seconds of the bus departing, the heavens ...
... all the high end shops and restaurants as well catering for the people in high end apartments. By 4pm we had done the 2 loops of the bus routes so we headed back and the storm had passed with some rain and it was more humid again. Tomorrow we have to sleep in a dorm room as we had not booked our room quickly enough after the 2nd day but no matter for one night because on Tuesday we will be headed to Portobello where we will meet our boat captain Wednesday and ready to sail Thursday ...
... also sleeping on the sofas and went mental at them - not really fair when you're on the sofa in a young peoples hostel you expect to be woken up! After we checked into our room and had a shower we headed out to the Miraflores visitor centre to see the Panama Canal. Luckily I had my student card and saved $5 on the entry fee, but it was actually well worth it and a great centre. There was a museum section with 4 floors, all very ...
... it was waiting for the other ships to pass with many workers on the deck to guide us through. Everyone was up early with prime vantage spots to witness this event.
Evening saw the entertainment with Motown performers which had the audience rocking, and then dinner at 8.30. Our restaurant is fantastic, and staff call you by name and even remember your drink of choice. Off to bed after for a busy Friday.