Panama Center Apartments

Address: Calle 5ta A Norte, Urb. El Cangrejo, Panama. Edificio Bariloche, Panama City, Panama | Inn
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This inn, located on Calle 5ta A Norte, Urb. El Cangrejo, Panama. Edificio Bariloche, Panama City, is near Miraflores Locks Visitor Center, Avenida Balboa, Panama Canal Railway, and San Jose Church.
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Travel Blogs from Panama City

Canal, Rainforest and Pamama City

A travel blog entry by col.caf on Nov 28, 2014

3 comments, 26 photos

... a little girl, maybe 4 or 5 years old. The cutest thing you'd ever lay eyes on. Dark skin, black hair, brown eyes. In her hands there was a doll and, she was holding it like it was the more precious thing in the world. In contract the doll was white as can be, blonde hair and blue eyes. It was a proper Aryan. There was something very wrong about that scene and I wondered what kind of values that would imprint on the blank mind of such a young girl.

Panama City

A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Sep 23, 2014

29 photos

... of pop songs like Madonna's "Like a Virgin" and U2's "With or Without You" playing softly in the background.

The four glasses of sangria was more like six and by the time I'd finished the jug it was after 2.30 and I was feeling quite mellow, and more than a little bloated.The taxi driver that was stalking me at Isla Flamenca yesterday drove passed and beeped at me. We exchanged greetings and he drove off in search of another fare.

Bought a flask of local rum and ...

Panama Canal

A travel blog entry by bobandglenis on Aug 01, 2014

5 photos

... where we saw either a crocodile or alligator swimming by and then we entered the 2 Miraflores locks, whilst passing thru these locks we stopped to off load the injured yachtsman as Panama City was at this end of the Canal. So we entered the Canal at approx 8.0am and left the Canal at approx 7.0pm so it took a long time to complete the journey thru the Canal. At the moment more than 14,000 vessels a year use the canal, it costs some where ...

A Close Shave

A travel blog entry by tholdsworth89 on Jul 30, 2014

... which was underpinned by a fierce Panamanian self-sufficiency. Junior and I also smirked when we realised that the French had originally tried and failed to construct the canal decades before the Americans got hold of the project. Following the canal, we hopped back onto the bus and went along a gorgeous causeway to Flamenco island, which sticks out into the Pacific and is accessed by a huge bridge. The area itself is very upmarket, with a harbour full of ...

Big modern city and little luxury

A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Jun 15, 2014

13 photos

... There's a huge expat population here from the US as well. It seems the city is quite wealthy but I am not sure most people are . The tours took us up to a section of the canal lockes where we will visit fully tomorrow. It's fathers day here so all the restaurant areas on the causeway were populated and people out and enjoying their Sunday. Traffic was not an issue being the weekend and no doubt that will be different tomorrow. Panama city is amazingly divers, big ...