Le Meridien Panama
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... place to hunt for a hostel.
THE CANAL is an impressive piece of engineering and a must see if you are in the city. It is the reason why Panama is economically so far ahead of the rest of Central America bringing in millions of dollars every year. The most popular place to view the canal is from the viewing platforms at the Miraflores locks ($5). To view the canal for free go to the Pedro Miguel locks, the view is ok when a ...
Brad's pack: 26.5 lbs.
Karen's pack: 22.5 lbs.
We arrived around 8:30PM, and took a taxi to Hostel Villa Vento Surf. While in the taxi heading downtown, we noticed that the buildings lacked the degree of lighting we're used to.
The hostel is relatively clean, and has enough bathroom space to not have a line built up. The staff speaks decent english and ...
... Lexus', and BMWs. Panama City feels like a boom town.
We arrived at a lovely loft apartment in Casco Antiguo, the historic 16th century area. Our apartment is next to Iglesia Merced and across the street from City Hall. The night we arrived, there was a cocktail for dignitaries at City Hall. We enjoyed our own cocktails on the balcony and had front row seats to the folkloric concert across the street.
... satisfied with our lunch we continued into the old town where we wandered around the colonial buildings. Many of the buildings were dilapidated, so the town wasn't as beautiful as Cartagena but they were renovating a lot of the buildings so in 10 years time i'm sure the town will be much nicer.
Our second day was spent heading to the Miraflores locks, the famous Panama canal. We arrived around 9:30am, just arriving ...
Today was another travel day. We lounged at our Pousada reading and catching up on our blog until noon when they took us to the airport for our flight to Panama. There was some confusion with our booking (they couldn't seem to find Darren's E-ticket number even though we have flown many legs on this ticket) so check-in took nearly an hour! From there we claimed our tax refund, cleared security, bought a light lunch and boarded our plane. This time we flew Copa Airlines. ...