Bristol Hotel Panama City

Address: Calle Aquilino De La Guardia Area, Panama | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle Aquilino De La Guardia Area, Panama, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Panama

Bocas del Toro archipelago

A travel blog entry by kayna on Jun 17, 2015

8 photos

... who asked to use it, and even started to argue with people about it's usage. He was a nasty bully and the journey became really unpleasant.

After eventually clambering back on the bus, we continued on our journey. At some point, we passed through some tropical storms, and the bus stopped in the pouring rain. It stopped for about 6 hours. It later transpired that the reason it stopped was because of two trucks which had overturned in ...

Panama City and canal

A travel blog entry by kayna on Jun 15, 2015

11 photos

... We knew we wouldn't enjoy the sights if we did anything big (too tired) so instead decided to wander the city, marvel at the myriad of skyscrapers, look at the Pacific longingly, and drink coffee. We also managed to find some replacement electronics for those which had been literally melted by an adaptor. After failing to find the post office (this was becoming very common for us) and the supermarket, we headed back to ...

San Blas Islands: Diablo Island

A travel blog entry by kevandjen on May 22, 2015

2 comments, 10 photos

... We eventually left the hostel at 05:30. Stopped at the shops on route. Then headed to the fabulous islands of San Blas. Just to add some information. There are 378 islands in the Caribbean Sea known as San Blas. The majority of the islands are uninhabited but the bigger ones are inhabited by the local Kuna people.

The Panama Canal- yes, a WONDER

A travel blog entry by petkatravels on May 19, 2015

21 photos

... an impressive sail. We then passed through the Pedro Miguel Locks and Miraflores Locks down to the Pacific Ocean! The Captain noted the Centennial Bridge, the Intercontinental Shelf and passing under the Bridge of America was heralded with the ship's horn. It was interesting to catch a passing look at Panama City with its many skyscrapers! Once again the Aldi binoculars were handy to help us spot the old part of the city and the roadway built ...

Crossroads to the World

A travel blog entry by forsterb on Apr 16, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... they did was pickle and pack all the dead in barrels and shipped them off to the hospitals for medical research, allowing the owner of the railway to hang onto his funds. With over 22,000 people dying of these mosquito borne illnesses, they used the most sophisticated drugs available to help them fight their illnesses. It was unfortunate that the whisky, cigars and brandy did not cure their sickness. It was only after ...