Hotel Montreal

Address: 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

        2023. Forest of Skyscrapers

        A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 03, 2015

        127 photos

        ... are the buses. Panama City has plenty of modern buses and even a subway. But the traditional transportation, retired American schoolbuses brought here for a second life... refuse to be done away with. Many of them have been so pimped out they would make American schoolkids cry with envy. beautiful spraypaintings of angels, rappers, criminals... Jesus... covering the front sides and back... flashing lights at night time.. And some it seems are equipped with "loud-eners" rather ...

        Celebrating one year on the road in Panama City

        A travel blog entry by goodner on May 31, 2015

        105 photos

        ... see one of the best movies ever called Tomorrowland. I won't go into details but I can say that it was very exciting. After the movie it was time to go home and play Monopoly. We did this with the app instead of with the board. The devices were connected my Wi-Fi and it was fun. I died first and because my iPad was hosting the game disconnected everyone else (my mother would have won though). Then we played video games until it was time to watch a movie. The movie was ...

        N17Z's cruise through the Panama Canal

        A travel blog entry by bethb14 on Apr 15, 2015

        20 photos

        ... to enter the locks. We entered into the last set of locks, the Gatun locks at two and it took until four for us to get all the way through these locks. In this set of locks we were going down so that eventually we were at sea level. Here at the Gatun Locks was a public viewing area that years ago Ted and I visited. We were able to wave to the visitors from our balcony. Once we were clear of all the locks, we were cruising in the Atlantic Ocean, our first ...

        Slacking Off, Plus the Canal

        A travel blog entry by jhenley87 on Mar 14, 2015

        22 photos

        ... better to do so it was hard to complain. We saw the fields, the plants, tasted many different varieties, and finally realized that the "mist" of rain we've been experiencing here in Boquete isn't rain at all: it means we are literally in a cloud. How cool is that? The biggest thing they hit on during the tasting was the roasting times and what light, medium, and dark roast really meant. Apparently it's only a difference of about 30 seconds in the roaster, but ...

        Day 20 - Getting ready for Argentina

        A travel blog entry by lynnvogt on Feb 16, 2015

        27 photos

        ... has been very changeable and super windy - a north wind. It was so windy the lettuce and calamari blew off our forks while we ate lunch!! In all of our visits here we don't ever remember like this. Sunday we took a taxi out to the Gamboa Rainforest lodge, which is located in the middle of the canal zone across the continental divide and about a 40 minute drive from PCity. Luckily for us everyone was at Carnival and there wasn't much traffic. We really like ...