New Washington Hotel

Address: Calle 2 y Bolivar , Colon, Panama | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle 2 y Bolivar , Colon, is near Gatun Locks, Fort San Lorenzo, Isla Grande, and Panama Canal Railway.
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        Travel Blogs from Colon

        Getting the cars out in Manzanillo

        A travel blog entry by rinscosta on Oct 23, 2015

        12 photos

        ... document, a letter to the head of customs, requesting to release the car with all its specifications. Can we write the letter here? No, should be done on a computer. Good luck. A young man overhears our conversation and offers to help. He speaks good English and introduces himself as Boris. THE Boris? The Boris who never answered our mails and about whom we read so much in the American Overlander stories? Americans use him a lot. He runs the Business with his father, ...


        A travel blog entry by rinscosta on Oct 22, 2015

        8 photos

        ... everything has been completed and we have our policies. The rest of the two days we walk around Panama and have coffees and beers on the terrasses of high rise hotels until dark. The view of Panama from the 66 floor of the Trump building is astounding. We will have to get up early in the morning to catch the train to Colon. We do not know yet that another two days of paperwork and missing documents are waiting for ...

        2024 Reaching the Canal

        A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 05, 2015

        35 photos

        ... made in this area. There's a very large port... There's one of the biggest duty free zones in the world--not to mention a massive canal expansion project going on which I would imagine pays decent wages. But as the bus drives past wretched building after wretched building I wonder, what is going on here? I arrive at the bus station, which feels like return to the 1980s. Here the retired schoolbuses are the standard, not the cool, retro exceptions. It's pouring down rain, so ...

        Oceano a Oceano

        A travel blog entry by tarae.griffin on Mar 22, 2015

        25 photos

        ... of the ride. People were happy, friendly, excited and challenged by the tour.

        I hardly recall the beginning just the ton of cyclists. It was hard to focus on the surroundings. I was just in awe every curve and incline where you could see the sheer number of cyclists with varying colors in the distance. I do remember that the first half had quite a few hills or as I would say long inclines. Nothing really tough...although this is coming from the fixie ...

        Will you be my valentine?

        A travel blog entry by tarae.griffin on Feb 14, 2015

        19 photos

        ... some beaches. I thought it would be like the fort in Portobelo (also near Colón and more well know to tourists) but it was bigger and quite unique..thought it did have 1 watchman tower and plenty of cannons. The views here were great, Atlantic Ocean and Chagres River...Camino de las Cruces. Story has it that the Welsh Captain Morgan first landed here and burned down the Spanish fort and killed 300, leaving few /30) survivors he headed to Panamá on ...