Ginger House

158-C Calle Asturia, Fortaleza, Cerro Azul, Panama | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cerro Azul

17 of 28 hours in a plane

A travel blog entry by ivangui

... battery business. He was coming from a vacation trip in Europe. Nice young, chatty and polite guy. He gave me a ride to the black tower. I walked to el executive and went to bed after having shrimps al ajillo at costa Azul. Delicious, but the one I like is really the cazuela de mariscos. I was exhausted but took a stroll around afterwards and went to the hotel the ...

Panama Canal to Miami

A travel blog entry by nzgreenies


... of busy highways and towering buildings in the background. Lots of green areas made the view attractive.
The idea of building a route that would join the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans was first conceived by the Spanish in the early 16th century. After Frenchman Ferdinand de Lesseps built the Suez Canal he thought he would be able to build a similar canal at Panama. But unlike the Suez the terrain and water levels made that impossible. They did try and many people lost ...

A Good Romp Through Panama

A travel blog entry by vinceinseattle


... the jungle dirt and get ready for Carnival tonight! I kicked back for a few hours, went out shopping at the village store and got potatoes, garlic and onions for our hosts.
The village parade just went by, a rag tag but fun group of people celebrating the biggest night of Carnival with all the color and flair they could muster. They somehow had drums and sounded rather like what you would imagine in Brazil.

We met some of the Embera tribe from Pavarando, who had come down ...

Panama City

A travel blog entry by jennyroberts


... under US control, the canal and the large swathe of land around it was taken over in 1999 by the Panamanian government. The canal has locks at either end and that's where we were able to visit. We watched a film, wandered the exhibition and then stood on the viewing deck to watch the strangely transfixing sight of large boat moving in/out and up/down locks. After more sites and insightful commentary we hopped off again ...

The Atlantic end of the canal

A travel blog entry by pkg


... 35 ships per day use the canal and it operates 365 days per year; it has only been closed for a total of 3 days in the last 100 years.

After the canal we crossed a little bridge under the lock gates (finger's crossed they didn't burst open) and then a few kilometres across the jungle to reach the Fort of San Lorenzo which was built to protect Panama from invasion. Captain Morgan, the famous pirate, sacked ...

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This hotel, located on 158-C Calle Asturia, Fortaleza, Cerro Azul, is near Miraflores Locks Visitor Center, Metropolitan National Park, Summit Botanical Gardens, and Bingo 90.
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