Courtyard Panama Multiplaza
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Banquet room
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Day 244 We were awake early this morning because we're now a couple of hours behind Brazilian time but our bodies have yet to realise. We had a few morsels of breakfast before heading to the bus stop. It was sweltering outside. Apparently, the temperature was only in the high twenties (Celcius) but humidity at 70% and powerful sunshine made it feel like the high thirties. The bus stop was on a bus road and there was a constant, thick stream of traffic going by. ...
... than that as we birded along the way. We arrived at the restaurant about noon which was a good thing as we got one of the last tables. This restaurant is very popular with locals as well as tourists. We were lazy and took the Metro Bus back to our hotel after lunch. After sunset, there was a live group performing poolside so I took some photos of the women's Pollera dresses. Today we took the 10 a.m. shuttle bus from the hotel to the Albrook Mall and ...
... Christmas tree. The Metropolitan Cathedral is undoubtedly considered to be a highlight of this square. Although its construction work began in 1688 it was consecrated in 1796. Nowadays the cathedral is the episcopal headquarter of the archdiocese of Panama.
The Panama Canal Museum is another historical building standing on the Cathedral Square. It used to be a residence of Ferdinand de Lesseps, famous engineer and builder of the Suez Canal. There are also the ...
... of blocks to the next officer, and so on until we're at the highway which runs along the side of the hill and out of danger. Effectively, we are given a police escort through this section of the city. Jesus explains that he feels the police are probably being overprotective of us tourists to a certain degree, but that he personally is happy for their presence. Personally, I'm extremely grateful for Jesus's presence (words I never thought I'd ...
... US invasion of 1989 destroyed most of the civilian neighborhood, and the banking sector. There is one unforgettable skyscraper shaped like a screwdriver, the F&F Tower. Here is a blurb from Wikipedia about the building:
“The F&F Tower (previously known as the Revolution Tower) is an office tower in Panama City. Emporis selected the F&F Tower among the top 10 best skyscrapers of the year in 2011. Among the 2011 Emporis Skyscraper ...