Country Inn & Suites Panama
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TGI Fridays - Great restaurant! Hotel staff friendly and helpful
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Sorry just backing up on our story.
From Quito north we were becoming more concerned about how to travel from South America to Central America.
Our research had confirmed that both ferry services from Cartagena to Panama had stopped sailing. Rumour has it that they may start again in November???? This is Latin America after all …
... after pressing the magic red button we were selected for a random check. This wasn't too much of a pain as the young woman in her very early twenties doing the job was very jolly. We had a great conversation with her as she rifled through our underwear. Her friend came over to say 'hello' too. Just beyond the sliding doors, Ben's dad Martin was waiting for us. It was excellent to have a grown-up to look after us. He booked us a taxi and we were soon heading towards Polanco, the area ...
... we continued walking back to the hotel. We had a really nice day seeing tropical birds and chatting with other Canadians/Americans about travelling in Panama and other countries. We met a really nice couple, Sid and Gina from Kanata, ON. She is a Peruvian woman married to a Dutch-Canadian guy. We had a lovely time at the pool visiting with them. They took the full transit through the canal on Saturday and when the front desk here at the hotel ...
... archeological site of Panama Vieja. In order to protect themselves and gold shipments from the new world to the old, the surviving residents chose a more defensible location to found their new settlement. Founded 2 years after the pirate invasion, Casco Viejo sits on a narrow rocky peninsula and was once encircled by massive stone fortifications with ramparts and cannons. Since then the old town´s Spanish Colonial architecture has evolved to include: French Colonial, ...
... and recommends hiring a taxi to take us around this neighborhood. It occurs to me that there may have been less thought put into the plan than I'd assumed. Then I realize that we are skirting too close for my comfort to the "El Chorrillo" district, where gang violence is rampant and tourist kidnappings a possibility. My young German friends are keen to press on, feeling that we were four men in the middle of the day and that it was contrary to ...