Hotel Via Espana

Via Espana y Martin sosa, Panama City, Panama | Hotel
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Panama City: megamalls & a rather large canal

A travel blog entry by ristohannah


We checked into Luna's Castlerede, a hostel set in a rambling old colonial mansion on top of the old city wall which was built from stones plundered from the original Panama City when it was sacked by Captain Morgan (yes, of the rum fame) in 1673.

The hostel was …


A travel blog entry by marty_rach


Our direct flight from Rio to Panama City went quite seamlessly. We arrived mid afternoon and were welcomed to Central America by the thick humidity that smacked us straight in the face as we stepped off the plane. After navigating through customs and trying to barge our way through the hordes of hungry cab drivers that were all vying for our fare into town, we settled with one guy and made the 25 minute ...

So what the hell do you do all day?

A travel blog entry by mariposanegra


... which...), and then I hit the streets to walk to school. The walk is long (about a mile and a half each way; every time I tell someone here that I walk from Av. Balboa where I live to Via Argentina, they are like "WHAT?"), but I need the added exercise. Unfortunately the walk there is uphill for a good bit, so I am usually hot and gasping by the time I get there (I have mentioned that while I am sweating to death, the ...

Panama Canal full transit

A travel blog entry by bruceontour


... is now, it was once a ferry crossing. The piles can still be seen. Built in 1962 for US $20 million by the Americans: 5,420 feet long and 216 feet above the water level. It looks so much like the Auckland Harbour Bridge.

The ...

Transiting Panama Canal from the Atlantic

A travel blog entry by lottyh


... waiting for their
queue to go through the canal. Not very far away, we could see the
M.S. Zaandam with the passengers on tender boats for their day tours.
Alongside us on the starboard (right) side was a smaller passenger
ship Amedea. We could talk to some of the passengers who are on their
balcony. We could smell their blue cheese on crackers and they
could also possibly smell our sweat.

When I met Bert after lunch ...

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This hotel, located on Via Espana y Martin sosa, Panama City, is near Miraflores Locks Visitor Center, Metropolitan National Park, Summit Botanical Gardens, and Bingo 90.
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