Posada Los Destiladeros

Address: El Limon, Panama City, Panama | Hotel
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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

... Finally it's time to head back. At first I figure I'll try to take an alternate route back to the hostel, but with all the shops closed, the neighborhoods around the Casco Antiguo feel very, very dodgey. So I head back to the coastal path--which is a good choice, as it is packed with people... walking, running, roller blading... doing aerobics... playing sports... working out... There's even a pavillion where a group of young people are dressed traditionally and practicing ...

2017. The Museum of President Porras

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 02, 2015

9 photos

... completed. He went on to launch many development projects: hospitals, boulevards, transportation infrastructure--as Panama had been pretty much neglected under Colombian rule. This is what earned him the title "architect of the nation". I'm intrigued by the pragmatism of Belisario--how he adapted to the new reality of a semi-independent, semi-occupied Panama, and pushed to help the nation go forward, even though it was in a situation he had originally opposed. It ...

A Tale of Two Cities

A travel blog entry by laura.kingston on Jun 03, 2015

1 comment, 40 photos

... hugging the coastline all the way back to the old town. As soon as we got back the heavens opened and it started pouring with rain, we made ourselves an elegant lunch of frankfurters, red pepper and noodles and waited for the rain to clear.

Once the down pour was over we headed back out to make our way to the bus station, but just as we had reached the edge of the old town the rain returned. We found shelter by the fisherman's wharf where undercover there are ...

Panama City Finale

A travel blog entry by mcklawrence on Apr 16, 2015

2 comments, 16 photos

... at the same time. If you ever feel the urge to go, just look at the pictures attached to this entry and you'll basically have the same experience but will have saved the $15 per person entrance fee. After that we caught a cab to Casco Viejo, a region of the old town which is swiftly being restored and gentrified. As a result it's a great place for tourists to stroll, filled with wonderful old architecture, coffee shops, restaurants, brew pubs, hotels and a lot ...

Things I've learnt

A travel blog entry by cazmar on Mar 15, 2015

1- Those money belts for around your waist are a good idea when on public transport.

2- Report thefts immediately. You need your passport for anything in South America, without this piece of paper I'd be screwed!

3- it is cheaper to get your laundry done outside the hostel, but definitely easier in the hostel. And clean laundry is amazing wherever it's from.

4- Nothing beats the shower, or the feeling of being clean after 4 days without a shower.

5- ...