Aparthotel Alfa

Address: Ave. Manuel Maria Icaza y Ricardo Arias. Edificio del Banco Trasatlantico, Panama City, 7655, Panama | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ave. Manuel Maria Icaza y Ricardo Arias. Edificio del Banco Trasatlantico, Panama City, is near Miraflores Locks Visitor Center, Avenida Balboa, Panama Canal Railway, and San Jose Church.
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      From small beginnings........

      A travel blog entry by queenietord on Apr 13, 2014


      Xwhat an eventful start! I arrived in Panama but my case got left behind in Amsterdam. The queue at the claims desk was manned by one bloke who tried his best but it took 15minutes to process each item and I was 8th in the Queue. Two and a half hours after we landed I got a taxi to the hotel. Managed to wash out my underwear which instantly dried …


      A travel blog entry by nadka on Nov 04, 2014

      Panama, after 16 hours of bus ride on the executive type bus, i must say i felt exausted but yet was quite shocked to be dropped off at the very developed mall. it had absolutely all store of north america and more! lots of food outlets, and entertainment. i felt like i am back to Canada, but the warm humid breeze of November reminded me that i am not. Taxis in Panama are very cheap, but they try to take advantage of the tourists. so ...


      A travel blog entry by lucy_peterg on Aug 19, 2014

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      Initially we booked our flights to Panama so that we could transfer to Cuba. Given our lack of time constraints we figured we would stay for 3 nights and check out what it had to offer.

      Notably famous for the Panama Canal we soon discovered that this vibrant country offered much more then just a passage way from the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. The Panama Canal took 10 years to build and was completed in 1914 by the ...

      A Wild Ride and an Unforgettable Day

      A travel blog entry by rpelletier2014 on Aug 14, 2014

      1 comment, 39 photos

      ... if needed. I noticed many fathers carrying babies around all day and watching small children.

      When Garceth received a grant from the United States government to go to college in Oregon, he had to deal with some culture shock! First of all he couldn’t understand why his friends made such a big deal of cleavage. For him, seeing naked breasts was not unusual or a big deal at all. Also, he told me he had a very hard time seeing homeless people in the ...

      Panama City, Panama

      A travel blog entry by daytraveling on Jul 30, 2014

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      ... pub to watch the end of a boxing match and later ended up at a rooftop hookah lounge.


      While in Casco Viejo we went to the Panama museum. It was very intriguing to learn about the nation's history as well as the Panama Canal. There is no wonder why Panama is so "Americanized." When Colombia wouldn't give the US rights to build a canal, the US decided to back Panama's move to gain independence from Colombia in 1903; in doing so the ...