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TravelPod Member ReviewsAqua Panama City Beach
Stay away... still under construction. Today had the construction crew enjoy my $2600 balconey that I can't due to 3-5 month construction project. We're trapped with no air, no pool, no hot tub (even tho they are inside) and no concessions.
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Our penultimate day on the road saw us make our way to Panama City for a stop over at a beach resort. Situated on the Gulf of Mexico the resort boasts white sand and warm water, with a generous pool and splash park it is a great place for a family vacation.We were greeted by a tropical storm which saw the pool closed due to the numerous lighting bolts lighting up the sky.Our plan ...
... wasn't the worst. Thanks to the hole in the ozone my skin was prepared. :) we had fajitas for supper. And tonight we pulled out the thrift shop clothes that we'd bought earlier in the trip. We all swapped and turns out I'd ended up with a kilt and matching tartan vest with a lovely orange shirt to go with it. The material made me ridiculously hot in the heat and I was seriously struggling. The sun had definitely taken it out of most of us so we all crawled into bed fairly ...
... on our 5 hour trip :/ the whole arvo was a blur until we arrived at our campsite in Panama City beach. It was pretty hot and humid when we arrived so setting up camp wasn't exactly ideal, sweat dripping everywhere. Once the tents were up I was on cooking duty so we got to it. We were making burgers which turned out to be pretty popular amongst the group. Everything got cleaned up and we spent the night sitting around drinking and chatting before people retreated to their ...
... But, now it’s time for a comeback to reality once again.
We had a fast trip on the train late Wednesday from Florence to Rome and transferred to a regional train for the last ride to Fiumicino Aeroporto. The Italian countryside flew by at about 170 MPH, slower than from Venice :>) and I am sharing some snapshots of the rolling hills we passed on the journey. Take a look at how the trees close to the train ...
... wait to get in, but everyone was drinking and chilling at the pool so I just hung out there until I could get in, then after my washing was done the ***** had two if the threes dryers going for ***** sake!! Anyway I eventually got it done, went back to my room tanned and repacked my backpack, everything is starting to fit in too, I must be getting good!! Or that all my bulky **** is in Nathan's bag haha.