Ginger House

Address: 158-C Calle Asturia, Fortaleza, Cerro Azul, Panama | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 158-C Calle Asturia, Fortaleza, Cerro Azul, is near Miraflores Locks Visitor Center, Avenida Balboa, Metropolitan National Park, and Summit Botanical Gardens.
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Travel Blogs from Cerro Azul

My Spanish Still Stinks--Now Let's Talk About Why

A travel blog entry by mariposanegra on Mar 31, 2014

4 comments

... follow adult speed conversations in Spanish. It is very frustrating, and honestly, I would have assumed that I would have picked it up more quickly than this. I will say that I have done better in the last two weeks (FYI learning more verbs is key) and I am not as hopeless as I once was, it's still far from good. I recently got into an argument with a cabbie who claimed she couldn't understand me--this annoyed me to ...

Reporting From the Front Lines

A travel blog entry by mariposanegra on Feb 18, 2014

4 photos

... girl who needs to get my bearings a bit, so sue me.

That said, over the next few days, I will start to fill in some of the blanks about what it is like to pack up all of your belongings, move to a foreign country without knowing the language, and subsist only on savings and a prayer. A lot has happened over the last few weeks, and I will catch everyone up. But I want to put this statement out there as a caveat--while I will do better ...

Panama Canal full transit

A travel blog entry by bruceontour on Jan 11, 2014

1 comment, 841 photos

... that went through in 2012 had to pay US $ 419,000. Ships over 125 feet need to be tied by wire to a electric mule on either side of the canal.

All ships going through need a pilot. Even a small sailing boat needs one.

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La Ciudad de Panama

A travel blog entry by twittg on Nov 29, 2013

17 photos

... square and sit outside and have a drink. We decided we'd go to the Amador Causeway from there. We started to leave Casco Viejo and I noticed it was getting a little sketchy so was keeping my eye open for an available taxi. About then an old woman stopped us and told us not to go any further that it would be dangerous. The cab driver told us we definitely shouldn't walk through the area we were heading - that we would be killed and ...

A Long Weekend: Lost and Confused

A travel blog entry by 13thlayer on Oct 14, 2013

6 comments, 56 photos

... thing are the freight haulers and the giant car movers that you cruise past on your way to the locks. The final thing you see before you get to the locks is the Centennial Bride. I must have taken an entire set of pictures of that bridge and the only thing different on a lot of them is the distance to the object. They get more interesting when I could no longer fit the entire bridge in one picture. It was shortly before the bridge that I found the up front seating on the second ...