Hotel Acapulco

Ave Peru y 30 E, Panama City, Panama | Hotel

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Flames and new friends and crew...

A travel blog entry by windstrutter


... for our visas are becoming outrageously costly. mainly ,I believe as we are to 'delicato' for the Canal and big ships bring big bucks in and less hassle. Yesterday, the marina closed the dinghy docks so nobody in La Playita anchorage could get ashore ! the fee is $35 a week just for the dinghy, water has to be paid for.
We are happily now on a mooring at the Balboa YC, which we have to pay for, but we get a launch/panga to take us ashore when ...

Tipping a hat to The Pamana Canal

A travel blog entry by worldwideeyed


... education in the highs and lows of Panama continued when we met an old man who was still living in a refugee camp since losing his house, wife and children in the U.S. invasion of 1989. We were embarrassed to not even have known about it. We do now.

So after a couple of days learning what the capital had to offer, it was time to get back on the road (and the sea) again and see about Bocas del Toro. We’d heard good things so we were glad to be headed that ...

Hello 2014

A travel blog entry by sydneyalicat


... drinks and dessert was less than fifteen dollars, awesome. Go to the supermarket and get some supplies for tonight, a bottle of rum seven dollars!! Franchesca wants to colour her hair so we do that ( cant see any differance) and paint our nails. Braulio comes over about 9 and we take ourdrinks and munchies up to the rooftop garden. Great view from up there and theres a nice ...

Something occured to me Sunday morning....

A travel blog entry by 13thlayer


... which route I was going to visit but I hoped we did the canal route first. I was on a guided tour in an attempt to have a good experience in Panama City. I wanted to ditch the worry and have someone explain stuff I was seeing to me. I managed to luck out and I was on the Canal route. was studying the map when we made our first 2 stops and after we took off from the second I wished I had known because I would have forked over the cash to explore Mi Pueblito. Mi Pueblito, from what ...

Day 14 Panama City

A travel blog entry by elliotgamble


... took our money and gave us some very shabby chicken. The next thing I knew we were crawling into bed. This brings us to when Larry woke me up. He needed me to get my phone to change the blog he had written. His blog, hilarious as it was was full of some tasty language which Larry's Dad was flipping out about. I gave him my phone to do whatever he wanted so I could go back to sleep. I went to grab my trusty bottle of water I had bought knowing I would be hanging out ...


This hotel, located on Ave Peru y 30 E, Panama City, is near The Old City (Casco Viejo), Bridge of the Americas, Monkey Island, and Soberania National Park.
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