Aparthotel Torres de Alba
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAparthotel Torres de Alba Panama City
My wife and I are travelling with two small children. It was nice to have the one bedroom apartment setup with a washer and dryer. While the room was a little worn, we were very comfortable. The breakfast buffet on the terrace was very nice.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Aparthotel Torres de Alba Panama City
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We have been anchored off La Playita (Little Beach) since Tuesday when we came through the Canal. The issue is that we are waiting for six "Batcars" and a couple of other items to arrive from the US. Before you get visions of us racing around Panama in Batmobiles, Batcars are travellers with four roller bearing wheels that attach the mainsail to the mast at each Batten and allow it to slide up and down as required. They ...
... seemed not to agree with either. I managed to get help from an English speaking local, I showed him the address and he explained 'we don't really use addresses here'... oh! After an hour of walking around in increasingly choking heat and humidity I managed to find it, exhausted and relieved and without my camera. I don't believe it was stolen, I prefer to think it was lost.
Ok, short and sweet wasn't that the goal... So I spent 3 ...
... in the “bleachers” on the second floor for a while and watched a container ship pass through it on the way to the Atlantic 77 kilometres away. The entry fee is $15 which included admission to the little cinema where I watched a 15 minute movie about the history of the canal. After this I had a look around the site museum which included an exhibit dealing with the search to discover a cure for Yellow Fever, a disease that was responsible for the deaths of many of the ...
... There is no electricity, no outside food or influence other than the government run school (which I sadly couldn’t see due to time and a very slippery walk uphill since it was raining). They seemed genuinely happy for us to be there and happy to share information about their culture with our small group. I enjoyed the sights and sounds of the smaller children running through the rain and playing. Childhood play truly is universal...all kids seem to need is ...
... it was evident that we are no longer infants but growing, joy-filled servants of Christ.
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