Crowne Plaza Panama
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... pancakes to smash down on the way to the boat. Leesh is also quite excited. Its still relatively early at 1715, so we go back out as I was thinking about a pair of closed in shoes I had my eyes on earlier in the day after I had destroyed a pair of my other ones in wet weather recently. But it's tough finding my size as usual and instead stumble across the $2 sunglasses. Yep, another pair for the boat trip as Leesh buys some cheapo earrings to take her good gold ones out before ...
... We are staying the night at the Hyatt Place in the financial district. It's a nice clean modern hotel and you can just see the canal in the distance from the 19th floor pool deck. Sonia, the woman who checked us in was probably the most sweet and helpful front desk agent that I have ever met. With not much in the way of restaurants around, we had dinner at the hotel (surprisingly delicious fish tacos and pasta) before calling it a night. Tomorrow we head to Bocas del ...
... finally down to where it ends at a mall. It was raining pretty good though, so we opted to speed up the walk back to the hotel and get changed before having lunch at a cool little spot across the street from the Doubletree. "The Shack" is a local hangout that served a good pulled pork sandwich, and excellently cold local beer. It is very hot and muggy here, so that was a big treat.
Now we are right back where the adventure began - at the Air Margaritaville Bar ...
... guns on every street leading to it. Not sure if this is normal or not, but apparently they generally let you in to take photographs if you display some form of ID. I didn’t offer any so maybe that’s the reason they wouldn’t let me in.
Had more luck with Plaza Bolivar. This lovely square is named for the “George Washington of South America”, Simon Bolivar, and its centre piece is a statue of the great appears to be as popular here as he is ...
... 10 days in Nicaragua, and had decided we needed to get to Colombia as soon as possible. We had also decided that rather than sign up for any San Blas boat trip we would go on the same boat as Dave and Amy. Dave and Amy had to fly out of Bogota on August 8, so needed to get on a boat as soon as possible, and luckily we got confirmation that there was a boat with two double berths available ready to set sail on July 21. Therefore we were forced to skip Costa Rica and most ...