B&B Casa Margarita
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Travel Blogs from Panama City
... Already at 6AM it is hot, the mango tree is heat relief. The roosters are crowing in the background, sound like they are competing to be the most obnoxious. Then they set the dogs off barking. I give up.
Some people we were having beers with last night just walked by, they had been out all night. I'm glad I slept some. Light is barely starting to show over the jungle, this town will slowly come to life. Did I mention that Panamanians are very nice dressers? It is fun to sit ...
23 April 2013 – Fuerta Amador (Panama City)
Panama City is a place of mystery that I have sailed passed a hundred times but never stopped at. However, today we have a semi-overnight here in Amador so there’s time to get into the city and have a look round.
It was the usual chaotic mess getting a taxi driver to take us where we wanted to go (and not where they think we should go – they ...
The one area that most tourists will see, is the condo area as most hotels are there. There are frankly a few sketchy areas and one must not wander to far astray because the areas can be questionable in the day and worse in the night. The Bridge of Americas is a must see, with a recent commemorative statue given by China. their are also a couple of beautiful high vistas for photos of the canal and skyline to ...
... of Panama, myself and Eoin went to a travel agent to book these tickets. We met a lovely Chilean girl who could speak English and helped us find the cheapest,
refundable tickets. Of course, these were still 700 dollars!! Off we ran to the check in desk only to be told that there was no flight until the morning and that we had to sleep in the airport. The following morning, to our amazement, the flights went off without a hitch. On our 1st day ...
I was picked up at Panama airport and driven to the comfortable Casa Margarita run by a friendly and helpful Venezuelan family. The place has a nice garden and I found it populated by an interesting bunch of fellow-travellers.
Before I came to Panama, I think I only knew two things. The canal, of course….. and an ex-president with an extremely pockmarked face (Noriega, who is still in prison in the USA for drug-running..).
Dredging my memory, I also remembered ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed