Suites Ambassador Apart Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Suites Ambassador Apart Hotel Panama City
Travel Blogs from Panama City
... Americas, (reminiscent of The Tyne Bridge), but I did see it in the distance in daylight before the Pedro Miguel Locks. Before today, I couldn't get into my head now the Mules would work, but now I know. It's been a great experience and I've really enjoyed the company of Jan, Bill and Alan today. I can tick the Panama Canal off the list. It was fun and interesting, but probably doesn't need repeating. A sea day tomorrow and then Puntarenas, Costa Rica on ...
... deserted beach. Aside from falling off bikes, we also took a boat tour out around the other local islands, where we spotted Dolphins, sloths and starfish, and lazed around on a Robinson Crusoe style tiny white sanded uninhabited island for the afternoon. All in all the draw of Caribbean bocas was too strong, so rather than head to the mainland where we planned to visit boquette, we decided to stay an extra couple of days, before heading straight to ...
... back around Plaza Bolivar, but couldn't find anywhere I wanted to eat, so headed towards the Cathedral square and decided on a little place opposite the church called Rene's which has a six course degustation menu for $25. How bad could that be?
The only red wine they have by the glass comes in little airplane bottles - an Undurraga Cab Sav from Chile - which was quite soft and inoffensive. The waiter also bought me a bowl of garden salad and some bread with herb ...
... there were two of each of the following onboard: a tug master, 2 captains, a mechanical engineer, several interns, an oiler, many seamen/linesmen.
Before I continue with my adventure story, here is some interesting information I learned from the crew and my friend Ildaura today:
- Tugboat crew work 8 hour shifts.
- The canal has 52 tugboats in total, with approximately 18 on each side or sometimes ...
... lady, her shop keeper friends, I was actually heading back in the right direction. However, lost again I found a friendly looking police man who hollered at two transport police officers who were driving past and offered to take me. Lacking any elegance, I tried to get into the back of the people carrier but due to my added height from my rucksack, recoiled and then had to get in on a slant. I stayed at this awkward slant throughout the ...