Hotel Roma Plaza
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Yesterday we arrived safely in Panama-City. Unfortunately we were delayed, but everything worked out fine so far. Our group of 8German volunteers was picked up together with 3 Belgium ones. Because our luggage took so much space in the van we didn't have enough seats. This was no problem we just squeezed together a little. We arrived safely at the …
... bus that would take us to Cafe Te. On the ride there, a bigger woman for some reason decided to promptly stand obnoxiously close to me, to the point where her fat was resting on my lap, even when the bus was fairly empty. Finally, we reached the restaurant.
Im here to tell you, this was "Hannah heaven". If you know me well, you know there is little that I cherish more than solitude and a good cup of tea. This place had 65 ...
... as of late and the plae is even more restored then when I last went there. It is a really nice spot that has history as well as great places to eat, drink and shop. Including little stands where the indigenous tribes set up shop and sell their wares. My dad and I spent a good chunk of time here wandering around, hanging out at a coffee shop and having a beer.
Near Casco Antiguo is the Mercado De Mariscos where we ate a lot of ceviche as well as a shrimp dish, clam dish ...
The heat was climbing and I wasn't up to doing a nature walk to see many animals that I had already seen in Peru or Belize. On we went to Casco Viejo for a tour around the city. Even with the heat, I really appreciated the colonial buildings, seeing the President's residence and his palace heron, stopping for fabulous chocolate ice cream and visiting the San Jose Cathedral which houses the famous golden altar ...
... Panama's final independence from Columbia in 1903. After showing your passport & clearing security, you can wander down the street where the Presidential Palace is located along Panama Bay. Called Heron Palace in tribute to the herons who reside there (originally gifted to Panama by Japan). Although the city was founded in the late 1600s, with no quarry nearby, most structures were constructed with wood. When pirate Henry Morgan ransacked the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services