Miramar Intercontinental

Avenida Balboa, Panama City, Panama, Panama City, Panama | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Avenida Balboa, Panama City, Panama, Panama City, is near Bridge of the Americas, Panama Canal Railway, San Jose Church, and Monkey Island.
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Travel Blogs from Panama City

Into the wonders of God's great creation!

A travel blog entry by aglcmissions on Jul 18, 2014

1 comment, 32 photos

... thick jungle. On the road to Gamboa we encountered a number of iridescent blue butterflies with a wingspan of about 6 inches. They are amazingly colorful, and are so large the seemed to bounce as they flew. Our guide told us that they actually have tiny prisms on their wings that reflect the only blue light, but seen under a microscope the wings are clear. God's creations are ...

Casco Viejo

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Jun 23, 2014

20 photos

Casco Viejo is Panama's Old Town although it's not the original city. The original city was about 10km east and destroyed by Pirate Morgan in 1671. The city was re-founded in 1673 inCasco Viejo.

We took the metro to Cinco de Mayo in the Caledonian district. It wasn't the nicest part of town and theneighbouring residences were bordering on being slums. It was only a few minutes walk down the main road, and definitely not one you would do at night, down to ...


A travel blog entry by belinda-ben on May 16, 2014

12 photos

... so nice and clean - luxury! It was only 1.5km from the hostel we had previously stayed at to the hotel, so we decided to walk - on the way we got caught in an absolute downpour! The thunder was the loudest we have ever heard - on several occasions it set off car alarms! After trying to wait it out with the locals under shelter for half an hour, we were getting pretty hungry and could see it wasn't letting up, so ran to the closest food place we could find - KFC. ...

Panama Canal for non Naval Types

A travel blog entry by mdobsonca on Apr 27, 2014

6 photos

... be lifted up 36 metres to cross the lake then lowered down the same distance at the other end. 36 metres is too great a distance to lift in a single lock so there are 3 locks at each end. While this seems like a fair bit of work the alternative was to dig the canal 36 metres deeper for the distance of the lake (24 km), that my friends is a hell of a lot of digging. I spend a month digging holes for my brother in the mid eighties and I only finished ...

Can't Believe Panama is Almost a Wrap

A travel blog entry by mariposanegra on Apr 15, 2014

2 photos

... way. While Panamanians are very friendly, in my experience, there is an unwritten rule here about space, which is easy to understand--I'm not moving--you move. When walking down narrow sidewalks, it seems like no one will make room for each other, and no one will simply wait the .5 seconds it will take to just walk single file so we can all pass each other without stepping into the street. Young, old, man, woman, whatever. No one will simply accommodate each other, and it makes ...