Hotel Roma Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Roma Plaza Panama City
Travel Blogs from Panama City
... With the ticket guy hanging out the door, they speed recklessly through the streets, these rebels of the city look about as out of place as cowboys at an opera--and I love it. I'm definitely experiencing the city. But I'm not doing too well at finding a hostel--or even figuring out where I am. When I reach the seaside I realize I'm at the opposite end of town from where I thought was! I try to loop my way back to where I started, only to realize I'd been looking at the ...
... It was hilarious. All I can say is that my day was amazing.
Excerpt from Catherine's Journal:
After arriving in Panama, I had a good feeling. After all, we hadn't been in a city for about 2 months. I was ready to go to a grocery store in the city, (I was sick of buffets) and maybe I could do a bit of clothes shopping with my mom at the next-door mall. We got to our apartment, and realized that the two 20 year old people that had lent us this ...
... area because of the great birding and beautiful scenery. We saw a Snail Kite ( I had not seen one for 3 years), Protonotary Warbler ( even I saw this one), and the usual North American warblers that we see here, Yellow, Chestnut-sided, Bay-breasted, and also Yellow-green Vireo, and Golden-hooded Tanager, Buff-throated Saltator, and Plain Wren. After a meal and lots of cold drinks at the lodge we went back to PCity and went to the pool to cool off. The locals ...
... at home (my new home).
I choose as shoes the Zoom Elite 7 my favorite from Nike that I had also used in NYC and Pegasus 31 to complement in training so that I didn't wear the Elites out more than necessary! I asked local athletes who had run the marathon in previous years about other doubts and the helped calm my nerves...very much needed was confidence that all would be fine.
Athletes confirmed that it would start on time, there ...
Seeking a refuge for R&R, in my last few weeks before being unleashed back into the real world, I opted for island life. First port of call was San Andres and now Diablo one of the San Blas islands. The latter has no connectivity to the outside world. No internet. No physical phone lines. The island is approximately 250 meters by 250 meters in size in the middle of the Caribbean Sea. Life is incredibly ...