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, San Jose Church, and Panama Canal Railway.
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          Traversing the Panama Canal

          A travel blog entry by mrsmac on Nov 03, 2015

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          ... crew man the boat at this time. Once firmly attached with steel cables we were guided into the first lock. This was called Gatun Locks and was built in 1913. Most of the original gates and concrete etc remains so these are now over 100 years old. We were to ascend 85 feet through three locks to reach the height of Gatun Lake which stretches beyond this. It was a slow process, but we were transfixed and watched the whole operation from our excellent viewing point. By ...

          Celebrating one year on the road in Panama City

          A travel blog entry by goodner on May 31, 2015

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          Transiting the Panama Canal

          A travel blog entry by ctillery on Apr 18, 2015

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          ... marina where we boarded our "ferry" for the transit of the Panama Canal. These ferries are basically tour boats but, likely for historical or legal reasons, are often called ferries. There are only a couple of these boats that ply the Canal for itinerant tourists, and various tour operators book seats on them, plus of course the independent travelers can book themselves. Because of our need to catch an evening flight back to Costa Rica ...

          Winding down to Panama City

          A travel blog entry by themcgee on Mar 31, 2015

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          ... penalty in the second half.

          For US$12, it was a cracking end to end game and it was only when Costa Rica scored that I realised the ground was not segregated, as about half of the crowd appeared to be the supporting the visiting team. In saying that the stadium was probably only half filled, but the fans made a right noise and went a bit bonkers when the goals were flying it. Would be an interesting atmosphere if they keep winning and have bigger crowds.

          Seven Sleepy Sloths and a Panamanian Godzilla

          A travel blog entry by jhenley87 on Mar 15, 2015

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          ... plan was to buy slabs of fresh fish and cook it up for dinner, but for some reason we have yet to figure out 95% of the market was closed up. There was one guy with some snapper left so we watched him cut us some big filets (for a whopping $2.75 a pound) and then hoofed it back to the hostel in a sweltering heat. With the fish safely in the fridge we took our now obligatory naps, picked up some rice and beans at a nearby market, and cooked at home. ...