Posada Agua Miel

Address: Av. 4B Norte Casa 58, Panama City, 1000, Panama | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on Av. 4B Norte Casa 58, Panama City, is near Miraflores Locks Visitor Center, Avenida Balboa, Metropolitan National Park, and Summit Botanical Gardens.
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    Travel Blogs from Panama City

    Casco Viejo

    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on May 21, 2015

    23 photos

    ... us to San Jose church. This place is a major tourist attraction because it holds about the only artefact surviving from the original settlement in Panama City, which was razed to the ground by the forces of the infamous pirate Captain Henry Morgan. San Jose's Golden Altar was once in a church in the original town. Legend has it that a priest painted the altar black upon hearing of the approaching pirates, to disguise the gold leaf covering the carved wood. It is said that he was able ...

    Panama City/Colon

    A travel blog entry by tunes on Mar 07, 2015

    7 comments, 1 photo

    ... law. We do seem to forget the lessons of the past. It's not a pretty picture.

    We're staying at the Melia Hotel on the banks of Lake Gatun. When built it was the largest artificial lake In the world. It covers 164 sq miles and is the major passage of the Panama Canal. It carries ships for 33 km across the isthmus of panama, holds 183 billion cubic feet of water. Every ...

    What can I say? Wow!

    A travel blog entry by harleyjah on Jan 24, 2015

    2 comments, 35 photos

    ... Canal takes about 8-10 hours. Prior to entering the Canal from the Atlantic, you can see what remains of the unsuccessful French attempt to dig a sea-level canal. Transiting the Canal can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars (the Serenity paid $115,000), depending on the size of the ship and the value of the cargo. The cheapest fare charged was to one Richard Haliburton, 36 cents in 1928, to swim its length. From the Atlantic, you step up 85 feet, through ...

    Crossing the Panama Canal

    A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller on Jan 14, 2015

    8 photos

    ... locks function as water lifts; they raise ships from sea level (either the Pacific or the Atlantic) to the level of the Gatun lake (approximately 26 metres above sea level). Ships then sail the channel through the Continental Divide. Each set of locks bears the name of the town site where it was built; Gatun (on the Atlantic side), and Pedro Miguel and Miraflorees (on the Pacific side). The maximum dimensions of ships that can transit the Canal are: 32.3 metres in width, 12 metres ...

    Panama - Panama City

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Dec 04, 2014

    58 photos

    ... was waiting for him. Our Japanese friends managed to get the last room available. Gonzalo was furious because he knew that that room was supposed to be ours. We introduced the place to them, not vice versa! Gonzalo quickly analyzed the situation, critical but not desperate, and used his amazing negotiation skills and added some of his favorite tricks. He held a key from our new room within 5 minutes :) Both of us felt relieved even though the accommodation was very basic ...