Hotel Residencial Cibeles

Avenida Ecuador, Panama City, Panama | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Panama City

Seeing the Sites

A travel blog entry by mariposanegra


... orchid farm, a spa, and a large market to visit on Sundays. Good times. I have also visited the canal (Miraflores locks) and Ancon Hill, which is a great place to see over the city and the canal.I have many, many stops still on my list but I through I would share these pictures. Pool time today! ...

World Cruise Day #14

A travel blog entry by ryanhamer1

... Theres even a train you can get to travel through it, the railroad was right next to the water. Meanwhile we sunbathed in the toasting heat, had Pimms and played games in the pool. As the day dawned we could see the Panama City skyline in the distance, then we left the last lock and onto Nicaragua. An amazing day, such a different and interesting ...


A travel blog entry by jakedavis


... the apartment. Jane shows us around and then its off the balcony for some pre-bed wine. Jane lets us know that there is a grocery store only a couple blocks away, that we can pickup local maps at the hotel down the street, and invited us out on Friday for drinks with some of her friends.

It's 2AM...eyes are tired, but I am wide awake, excited for all that is to come. There anticipation/small fears are is/are gone and the adventure has begun.

Going through the Miraflores Locks!

A travel blog entry by momentsintime


Day 12 - mid morning

Temperature: 31 Celsius
Weather: Partly cloudy skies

The tugboats that surrounded the Legend of the Seas were there for a reason. Powerful for their size, they were there to maneuver and take control of the cruise ship by pushing it towards the Miraflores Locks!

Everyone onboard the ...


A travel blog entry by paulej4


... thousand ships transited the canal in 1914; 15,000 vessels annually do so today. Tolls are charged and are based on vessel type, size and type of cargo carried. Cruise ships pay a rate based on the number of passengers that can be accommodated in permanent beds. At $92 per person, the Legend of the Seas, which carries 1804 beds, will pay $165,968 in tolls (if they only charge for paying passengers; if they ...


This hotel, located on Avenida Ecuador, Panama City, is near The Old City (Casco Viejo), Bridge of the Americas, Monkey Island, and Soberania National Park.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good