Hotel Residencial Cervantes
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Residencial Cervantes David
Travel Blogs from David
We were booked on Tracopa's international bus from San Jose to David in Panama. It was passing through Uvita at 11am so there was no early morning rush, plenty of time for a leisurely, last breakfast at Luna de Luz. It was only a 15 minute walk to the bus stop but with a pack on your back in the tropical heat, a taxi sounded a way better option. As …
... little more confident. Back to Hotel Iberia at 4.45 pm for the night, and our first food since breakfast.
Back again for day 2!. Another chat with the big boss and he decided that we did not have to pay the fine. Great as in our opinion the Panamanian customs office had failed not us. Boy did his decision annoy some of his senior staff and they went out of their way to delay us further. It was not until about 2pm that we could again ride to ...
... at the front of the pack but actually RAN UPHILL for the win. Anyone that knows Brittany and her aversion to demanding physical activity will agree that entrance to the Twilight Zone is the only logical and possible explanation for such an event. My legs were trembling a little towards the end, and we were all pretty worn out on the bus ride home. We recharged a little bit with an amazing dessert of strawberries covered in a special cream called "natilla", and then ...
... how we had to get to Nicaragua. We had go back to San Jose, Costa Rica and spend the night there to catch a bus from San Jose to Nicaragua the day after. It would be a 8:30am bus from the bus station in the town of David, Panama. After dinner the Germans said the were heading for a drink in town, so we all joined for an imprompt night out, which was fun and an experience to say the least and all arriving back in various ...
... which was placed on land) and the Brits got one, which sank while under tow to England.
6 Currently ships can be up to 980 feet long - bloody USA built the thing so old fashioned measurements used - and up to 110 feet wide (in real measurements that is 294m long and 33m wide). They are building a new set of locks which will take much larger ships.
7 Hostal Orchidea, which is part of a place called APROVACA, an ...