Bahia Suites Hotel

Address: 31 Street, Panama City, 23151, Panama | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 31 Street, Panama City, is near The Old City (Casco Viejo), Bridge of the Americas, Soberania National Park, and Monkey Island.
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    Travel Blogs from Panama City

    Casco Viejo

    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on May 21, 2015

    23 photos

    ... We could spy the Intercontinental Bridge in the distance, a mighty construction that symbolically links North and South America, after their original land link was severed by the canal. Nearer, seafront buildings were supported by stilts extending out of the mud below. A storm was brewing and we welcomed the cool wind. As we walked off the peninsula, two women were posing for photos in traditional attire. There was a pelican in one of the trees in the French Plaza. The Grackles' ...

    Panawhatever.

    A travel blog entry by klartman on Jan 28, 2015

    1 photo

    ... the street, attracting the stares of passers-bye and laid it on top of the puddle like Sir Walter ******* Raleigh for lady whatsherface. Realising this wasn't actually going to make the seat any cleaner and hearing the cries of despair, as well as being thoroughly exhausted and utterly filthy having not had the opportunity to shower for nearly a week. I played the only card I had left at that point and bunged the ******* ...

    What can I say? Wow!

    A travel blog entry by harleyjah on Jan 24, 2015

    2 comments, 35 photos

    ... of locks. We could see the locks being built on the Pacific side, but not on the Atlantic as we entered the Canal. Based on a pamphlet handed out on board, there will also be a channel bypassing the middle locks, the Pedro Miguel Locks. So how will it handle change in elevation there? Guess I need to Google it if I want to find out.

    As we left the Canal into the Pacific Ocean, we sailed first under the Centennial Bridge and then, a short time ...

    Panama - Panama City

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Dec 04, 2014

    58 photos

    ... Christmas tree. The Metropolitan Cathedral is undoubtedly considered to be a highlight of this square. Although its construction work began in 1688 it was consecrated in 1796. Nowadays the cathedral is the episcopal headquarter of the archdiocese of Panama.

    The Panama Canal Museum is another historical building standing on the Cathedral Square. It used to be a residence of Ferdinand de Lesseps, famous engineer and builder of the Suez Canal. There are also the ...

    Panama City and El Valle de Antón

    A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Oct 17, 2014

    13 photos

    ... boats came through while we were there. At the canal there is also a short 3D film about the history of the canal and the new canal currently being built. From there you head to the museum to find out more information. The interesting thing is that the first canal was opened in 1914, cost around $600,000,000, came in under budget and was finished 6 months ahead of schedule. The cost of the new one is in the billions and despite all the technology we now have it's ...