Crowne Plaza Panama
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Babysitting service
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... houses. Semi ghetto. It really brings into contrast the two sides to this city, and how they both almost sit on top of each other.
Rather than cut back to the hostel I popped into a local mall to hit up the cinema. At $5 a showing it is a bargain price, and the air con provided sweet relief to the relentless heat of the city. It is at least 30 degrees. For an afternoon showing the place was surprisingly busy. I guess everyone else had the ...
... Rica to stay in a condo at Flamingo Beach for 3 months. Their plan is not to return to Wisconsin! After a pool break, we went over to the Balboa Yacht Club which is next door to the hotel. It was Chili Cook-off day at the club for Superbowl Sunday. They set up the booths at 11 am and then start cooking. We arrived mid afternoon and had a great time listening to the "Panama Red" local rock band playing old rock n roll hits by the Grateful Dead and the Stones. They threw in "I ...
... The faįade was moved piece by piece from Panama Vieja.
Our very last stop on the way back to our temporary home was a commercial street called “Central Avenue”. Itīs basically a pedestrian mall where you find anything you can possibly need. Panamaīs Chinatown is also close by.
Once it started getting dark we turned around and headed back to our hostel. The streets didnīt look very safe by night. We even met a couple of policemen who ...
... Costa Rica....direct neighboring country (1 hr flight)!!! Ļthatīs ridiculousĻ...huh...thatīs what I said!!!! So donīt be surprised if you visit, itīs at least $500 (year round, last minute or 6 months ahead)...about $700 to Seattle or Boston...yup. Check Delta and United too. I did not mention but some places, for instance to Colombia there are some new cheaper airlines $300 and some islands A VECES cost less (sometimes).
... album I haven’t listened to for far too long - and uploaded today’s photos and journal. Moved the little table on the balcony to the corner facing the city, poured a rum and coke, and played Joni Mitchell's "Blue" soft and low on the ipad. The temperature had dropped to just right, and the rain that had been falling on and off all afternoon had stopped. The view of the Panama skyline was, as always, beautiful.
Occasionally in life you have one of those ...