Hotel Residencial Cibeles

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

My babies are here!!!

A travel blog entry by flyindandelion

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... discovered I was at the WRONG hotel. Apparently this ladrón (even though I gave him the address) took me to the wrong Wingham Garden hotel, the one very close the bus station but not the one downtown like I told him. How was I supposed to know there were two!? Good thing to learn now though before the kids arrive.


I took a second taxi with a sweet man named Ezgardo. He got me to the right place and I checked in ...

Panamaniacs

A travel blog entry by belinda-ben

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... from showing you photos because this blog has one too many entries containing injury photos. That night we went to Roberto 'hands of stone' Duran's restaurant (he was a very famous boxer - a hero in the country). We were hoping to bump into him, he frequents the place often. We didn't have any luck but watched several replays of his fights before calling it a night. We really enjoyed our time in Panama but our time in Central America had come to an end, next stop Buenos ...

Final Pictures and Random Musings on Panama

A travel blog entry by mariposanegra

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10

... they can barely understand me. They appreciate that I am making an effort.

  • In addition to some genetic quirk that prevents Panamanians from sweating like maniacs in all of this humidity, they also have a skinny gene. Don't get me wrong, Panamanians typically are a little curvy but not fat. But the typical breakfast and street food includes a lot of fried food, and I don't see a ...

  • Panama City to Antigua

    A travel blog entry by pinkkaz

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    ... was built between 1902 and 1914. It is intrinsically important to the economy and the tolls from the canal form a considerable part of the country’s GDP. Panama does not produce any banknotes of their currency, the Balboa, but use the US$. US$1 has the same value as one Balboa. Finding local currency is difficult. The last and only time the currency was in use was in 1941 and only for 7 days!

    The skyline is quite impressive. We visited the ...

    Panama

    A travel blog entry by marty_rach

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    36

    ... few ships being dropped from Gatun Lake to sea level. We witnessed a massive container ship go and then a cruise ship from Holland alongside a couple of smaller yachts and a cat. It was really impressive and seemed so simple.


















    After getting our fill of boats dropping and floating, we had a bit of a nervous wait for ...

    Location

    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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