Hotel Marparaiso

Av Cuba y 34 este, Panama City, Panama | Hotel
Prices starting from $43.00

Travel Blogs from Panama City

Old World Power

A travel blog entry by lukitolocita


Panama City serves as a major commercial port, and it too would serve as a major hub for our travels. We ended up back in Panama City on three separate occasions.

(Let it be noted that this entry is more of a memoir than a blog entry, as we are currently two countries away in Granada, Nicaragua trying to catch up on our blog. It's quite …

In Panama

A travel blog entry by valetroy


Gave up on waiting for my replacement cards to be sent to Cartagena - the banks are cunning like that. They say they´ll do as requested and take so long I end up telling them not to bother, just send the wretched things to my home address - which is what they wanted to do a month ago!! *******s. Decided to fly with Jon to Panama - his homeward …

Visa Success, City Taxis, Nadine Cuts Her Mullet

A travel blog entry by inoursuitcase


Along the narrow isthmus bridging the Americas, the wildlife and terrain of two continents meld to form the striking contrasts of Panama. The capitol, Panama City is a thriving centre for international banking and trade. The city has a diverse population and a cosmopolitan air. With immigrants from Europe, Asia, the Middle East and all over the …

My dad's visit Part 1

A travel blog entry by 13thlayer


... piece with little sustenance. Unfortunately for my dad's visit the first floor of the museum that details the construction of the canal was closed for maintenance. This happened to us at the British Museum when we went; that time it was the Egyptian room. If you are returning to watch the canal you can pay 3 dollars to just use stairs to get to the observation deck. When you get to the observation deck you may have to camp out and wait to see a boat come through but it is worth it. ...

Panama City- Canal and Calor

A travel blog entry by travellerlp


... taking care of your friends and family is more important than any billion dollar project. How is anyone surprised?

Back to the tour which had an air of stifling humidity tinged with awkwardness. The next stop was to an artesian market where I learned about the weaving skills of the Wounaan and Embera tribes of Panama. These baskets, bowls, plates and vases, depending on quality, sell for hundreds of dollars. They ...

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This hotel, located on Av Cuba y 34 este, Panama City, is near The Old City (Casco Viejo), Bridge of the Americas, Monkey Island, and Soberania National Park.
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