Hotel Lisboa

Ave Cuba y calle 31, Panama City, Panama | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Ave Cuba y calle 31, Panama City, is near The Old City (Casco Viejo), Bridge of the Americas, Monkey Island, and Soberania National Park.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Lisboa Panama City

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Panama City

Episode 1 - Series 2 - "English?"

A travel blog entry by bound4rio on Jun 09, 2014

... into Rio at midnight. Time master Ryan couldn't be happier he has managed to get Cirsty to the airport 6 hours before their flight to Sao Paulo. Cirsty is optimistic that they might be able to check bags in and explore the airport shops.
They arrive at TAM check-in to see it completely void of activity and area void of any shops. The airport looks like it is still in construction. Ryan and Cirsty decide ...

Just a little bit of a mare...

A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on May 12, 2014

... have eaten there. The ironic part was that despite the name they didn’t stock coca cola when I ordered it!

Our final night was spent at a rooftop bar overlooking the city and relaxing in the heat. Panama was an awesome country and Panama City is great fun but you don’t half miss the efficiency of a truly developed country when it comes to Visa, Post Offices and electricity! Tomorrow we fly to ...

Panama Day 2: The Canal

A travel blog entry by mgrewal on May 11, 2014

9 photos

... deck.

About the Canal Locks: In the morning till 11am, ship traffic goes into the canal. In the afternoon starting at 3pm, the ship traffic is leaving the canal.The locks themselves had 2 lanes next to each others for ships to pass through. In each of those lanes there are 3 water elevators that the ships had to pass through to get into the canal. Ships couldn't pass through the locks in the 2 lanes at the same time. Why? When the ship enter one of the elevators, water ...

Hats & Canals

A travel blog entry by rainman2468 on Mar 20, 2014

7 photos

... see it all go down.


Another day we headed out to check out the causeway islands. On the way out we got screwed over by the taxi driver, which was thankfully the first time we got stung on the entire trip (so far, touch wood). We had agreed on a $5 trip but when we got out there he demanded $30. When we told him no bloody way he sped up and wouldn't let us out until we agreed. We managed to get him to accept $25 but we didn't have the right change so had ...

Carnaval in Panama--Sun, Twerking, and Kid Attacks

A travel blog entry by mariposanegra on Mar 05, 2014

3 comments, 11 photos

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5. If You Don't Like Reggaeton, This is Not For You
So there are multiple large Carnaval celebrations in Panama, and they have slightly different vibes. In Las Tables, I get the impression that it is a little more parade centric (complete with the coronation of two princesses representing the uptown and downtown parades). I stayed in Panama City, which is more like a big street fair with vendors, performances, and ...