Ginger House

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

Panama City to Antigua

A travel blog entry by pinkkaz on Feb 24, 2014

41 photos

... bus to get us back to Boquette. It took us over 3 hours by public transport to get us back to Boquette. It took us 4 hours of walking to get that lost! My afternoon in the hot tub fell through. So we went into town for more fresh trout and a well-earned beer.

Costa Rica might be known as the easiest going place on earth, but you have to get in first to find out, no easy task. The paperwork issued for the truck on the trip down ...

One-way to vino

A travel blog entry by lynsey.nault on Jan 16, 2014

3 comments, 5 photos

... booths...that wasn't the interesting part. Driving everywhere with the brights on, swerving into the other lane twice, 30 km/h over the speed limit and heading the wrong way down a one-way twice was the interesting part. But we made it. In one piece.

Jane owns the top floor of a 7 story condo building. Amazing. I've attached a few pictures. Numerous rooms, huge, great ambience, access to kitchen, living room, tv, balcony, our own ...

The Canal

A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Dec 16, 2013

4 comments, 18 photos

Somehow I worked my way up to the balcony of the third story restaurant in Miraflores, and stood there with dozens of other tourists, agog, as a giant ship slipped in from the lake and squeezed into a lock with three feet of freedom on either side. Pulled by little toy engines the ship moved right up to the gates and stopped, and dropped, and then moved on again. A storm was brewing, and the light was great. By ...

Wandering about on sore feet....

A travel blog entry by 13thlayer on Nov 05, 2013

34 photos

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When I arrived at the Hostel I was greeted by Patrick, he is one of the purveyors of the hostel. He invited me to join him and his soon to arrive friends for a barbecue. So I turned back around on my even sorer feet and bought something to barbecue, coke, and some flip flops for my feet to relax and recover in. I was glad I had the rum and beers because his friends came prepared and I ended up being up past midnight shooting the breeze with a bunch of people I couldn't remember the names of ...

17 of 28 hours in a plane

A travel blog entry by ivangui on Oct 10, 2013

... 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 ...