Four Points by Sheraton Panama
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... rather than the perpetrators... It's time to continue on. I've still got plenty of time to kill, so I head north through what seems like a hardware/mechanic neighborhood. I stop at a little family run stall that serves lunch, where we strike up a conversation. "Were from Colombia!" they tell me. "So what's it like living in Panama? Is it easier to make money here than in Colombia" "It's great! People are kind to us here. In Colombia ...
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... it wasn't much more than another lot of old Spanish colonial buildings. Nice but we've seen plenty of these now. We got a 3rd and final taxi back to the shopping centre near our hostel, they had a huge supermarket which is always great as we can get almost anything we need e.g a soapbox and knife for Peanut butter. Absolute essentials. We went back to the hostel to find some of the other guests about to watch a film so we joined them. This hostel was more like a big house ...