Bristol Hotel Panama City

Calle Aquilino De La Guardia Area, Panama | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Panama

Entering the canal

A travel blog entry by sheilacruise

9

... it (brilliant eh). The Centennial bridge is situated close to the end of the lake so shortly (it's now 2pm) we will begin the descent into the Pacific. So it's well into the afternoon so I have got myself a very large pimms!!! So 3pm and we have cleared the first lock. We entered the Pacific Ocean at about 4.45pm. What a leisurely day it has been. Tired though after getting up so early. It's been very hot, temperatures in the 90s. ...

21st - 24th dec - All for 1 & 1 left on the island

A travel blog entry by stuwelly

17

... more on that later.

I jump aboard with my stuff, and hung about while people rush around and start storing stuff, I choose a bed the closest option to the middle of the boat where I figured I was less likely to get sea sick, a small envelope to sleep in. Over the next hour more people arrive on the boat and the captain michelle calls everyone to the deck to brief everyone. He explains various things, a few important rules... only use the flushing toilets when the ...

The last but not least.....the Gatun Locks!

A travel blog entry by momentsintime

22

... right next to me; only 24 inches separated me from it! I could have jumped over the railing and ran towards the dense jungle but that would have been insane! I wondered if someone else did it before!



Just like in the previous locks, the "mule" locomotives pulled the ship! They had complete control of it! ...

Panama City

A travel blog entry by kezzah16

5

... LA as there were lots of skyscrapers, but the one we looked up on the internet was closed so we went to the hard rock hotel they had a bar 60 floors up, but when we arrived this was also closed as it was a week day, but we stayed for a few drinks in one of there other bars and they turned out to be free! RESULT. Kerry especially enjoyed the free passionfruit mojitos, makes a changed to vodka and sprite. The hotel was really quwerky, with statues and music displays from all past ...

Day 15 Panama City

A travel blog entry by elliotgamble

3

... bay separating the two halves of the city. It is really different how going a few miles in a car your in a compely different environment. From skyscrapers and malls to old typical Central American buildings. There were some local lads playing an intense game of football near by. It was like proper Fifa Street stuff. Concrete soaked ground, off the wall play and no shoes. We were chatting and taking in the view when they called us over to play. ...

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Location

This hotel, located on Calle Aquilino De La Guardia Area, Panama, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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