Posada Los Destiladeros

Address: El Limon, Panama City, Panama | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on El Limon, Panama City.
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Travel Blogs from Panama City

A Tale of Two Cities

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

1 comment, 40 photos

We didn't really know what to expect of Panama City and on the journey in from the airport the city suddenly sprang up from nowhere with huge high rise towers coming into view. As we got closer the buildings showed themselves to be a mixture of huge apartment towers, office buildings, and casinos. After a while the high rises retreated and the buildings became shorter and in the old Spanish Colonial style of appearance that we had come to know. In a bid to save some money Oliver had ...

Panama City Finale

A travel blog entry by mcklawrence on Apr 16, 2015

2 comments, 16 photos

... in before walking a few streets south to find a TripAdvisor recommended Argentinian restaurant, where we ate an entire loaf of fresh bread and two huge ribeye steaks cooked to perfection, washed down with a good Argentinian malbec. Panama seems to have a mini Vegas vibe about it, so we stopped in at one of the many casinos and played some cheap roulette and blackjack until fatigue took over and we crashed into the comfy bed at the hotel. The next morning we started ...

Slacking Off, Plus the Canal

A travel blog entry by jhenley87 on Mar 14, 2015

22 photos

... more than a year ago, but $1.6 billion budget overages can put a damper on a project. It looks like they're on the finish line and it would be exciting to come back and see that side of it someday (maybe we'd actually see a ship haha). Everyone was starving after our two hours at the canal so we had the taxi drop us off right at Cafe Rene, a beautiful little restaurant in the heart of the Plaza. We each paid ten dollars for a multi-course meal. You decide what kind ...

Wandering in Panama City

A travel blog entry by ironap on Mar 04, 2015

7 photos

... landfill from the canal excavation. On this peninsula you will find several residential developments, restaurants, hotels, bicycle paths, a museum and several yacht clubs.

We walked the eight kilometer span. Unfortunately, the bike rental shops were closed. Panama City's skyline looks like Miami's. The prices here, feel like those in Miami but the infrastructure and services are ...

Panama Canal (Gatun Lake to Pacific Ocean)

A travel blog entry by richard.boase on Jan 27, 2015

4 comments, 22 photos

... bridge in one piece. It did. We rounded a bend and ahead of us lay the single step of the Pedro Miguel Locks. We were still following 'Ronald N' of Monrovia which had gained ground on us. As at Gatun Locks, she went through the left hand side and we took the right hand channel. However, she was taken through before we were allowed to enter, thus delaying us for a good 20 minutes. From Pedro Miguel Locks we could see the final two steps at Miraflores ...