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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      A travel blog entry by piperwg on Oct 07, 2014

      15 photos

      ... the locks- a sort of etiquette. Firstly the traveller should wave at and take pictures of local tourists taking pictures of you. Pic 6. Secondly the traveller should pause for the mandatory selfie so that jealous family and friends at home can make derogatory comments about weight, makeup, sunburn or clothing choices made by the carefree traveler. Pic 7. 4. After leaving the locks, proceed forward under the new Centennial Bridge Pic 8, through the Calibra Cut, which ...

      Colon: The "Other Side" of Panama

      A travel blog entry by rpelletier2014 on Aug 15, 2014

      9 photos

      ... and South Asian heritage, abandoned the city, moving to Panama City, to former Canal Zone towns, and overseas.

      Today, sizable South Asian and Arab communities live in the remaining prosperous areas of the city, as well as in gated communities outside it. The majority of the city's population is of West Indian or mixed mestizo-hispanic ancestry.” On my drive ...

      An unforgettable 4th of July in Panamá

      A travel blog entry by flyindandelion on Jul 04, 2014

      5 comments, 253 photos

      ... the people. They were asking brilliant questions about why the crime rate was SO much higher here, and why this culture doesn’t care about the heritage and conservation of the old buildings like they do in the city. It was an awesome experience for them.

      One of the other things we loved seeing were the chicken buses there. I told the kids how the chicken buses were made (from my blog in Guatemala when I went to the garage and saw the American ...

      Portobelo: more than a mushroom. :)

      A travel blog entry by 1024leigh on Jun 02, 2014

      15 photos

      ... colada. Goodness it was good. The best pina colada I have ever had. After this, I decided to explore the town a little bit, by myself, weaving in and out of streets. This was probably my favorite personal part of the day. There is something about being alone, seeing how other people live. The houses radiated bright colors, pink, blue, green, yellow, orange, red. The people, moving through every day like in a poetic manner, carrying groceries, ...

      Shooting the Gap with the turtles

      A travel blog entry by colin on May 19, 2014

      37 photos

      ... this boat ride see note 10)

      Capurganá is only accessible by boat or (small) plane, though most arrive by boat. The airport is rather small, but does have its very own abandoned plane, not sure if it belonged to a narco or not but it did have the UN logo on it, but that could have been faked. There are no cars, but I did see a tractor and 2 or 3 motorbikes and lots of bicycles and a few horse-drawn carts. We were in a small area ...