La Cresta Inn

Via Espana, Panama City, Panama | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Espana, Panama City, is near Miraflores Locks Visitor Center, Avenida Balboa, Metropolitan National Park, and Summit Botanical Gardens.
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    Travel Blogs from Panama City

    Panama City

    A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Sep 23, 2014

    29 photos

    ... the original town - Panama Viejo (“old Panama”). Two years later in 1673 the Spanish rebuilt the city on the other side of Bahia de Panama, the current site of Casco Antiguo.

    The walking tour was interesting, helped by the fact that the map included in the guide was accompanied by a written explanation of each of the sites. The first stop was the Presidential Palace which unfortunately I couldn’t access as there were barriers and soldiers armed ...

    El Nica Pana

    A travel blog entry by julian-sarah on Aug 22, 2014

    2 comments, 45 photos

    ... off the street or in ****** little busy restaurants because the food comes and goes very quickly. I made the rookie mistake of choosing a large touristy pub with not a soul in it and no tourists in site as it was low season. The cordon bleu tasted quite nice actually but judging by the way I was running to the toilet at 3 in the morning I'm guessing it had been sitting in that stupid prick of chiefs fridge for 1 week too long. I have had food poisoning plenty of times but ...

    Panama Canal

    A travel blog entry by tomandlotus on Jul 07, 2014

    25 photos

    ... took it over and ownership changed from Columbian to American and finally Panama in 1999. It is 77.1 km long and just wide enough to fit a an oil tanker, in fact many oil tankers that use this route are designed especially to fit through this canal. We sat in awe as the tankers squeezed past, in order to pass through there are three locks that shift water and let the tanker glide in. We were staying with Toms old colleague Wayne and his wife Teri in Panama City in a ...

    Un Dia en Paraiso

    A travel blog entry by 1024leigh on May 18, 2014

    24 photos

    So just bringing to a recap of this weekend, and hoping to post some marvelous photos…. :)
    What an incredible weekend it was! We started out Saturday with what the school called the "EcoCanal" tour. I H ave to say, God is gracious and marvelous. I can't believe the incredible opportunity he has blessed me with. We started out the day with a tour on the Panama Canal. We were in a small boat with the 9 of us, and a tour guide. We rode through ...

    Panama Canal Crossing

    A travel blog entry by rdavey on Apr 30, 2014

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... canals under construction is something else with all the big earthmoving equipment and to think they only had steam shovels to excavate back 100 years ago. We were told that the trains and steam shovels were just left at the bottom as it was too difficult to bring them back up after all the work was completed. They were saying if you filled all the train carriages with the dirt they removed to make the canals the train would circumnavigate the globe 4 ...