Dos Mares

Peru Avenue and 30th Street, Panama City, Panama | 1 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Panama City

The Lucky Ones

A travel blog entry by mariposanegra

... families, but I also wonder if they could even see my possibilities.

I also think about the fact that most women in the world, today in 2014, could not, even if they wanted to, take a journey like this. A very sizable population of the women in this world are struggling in the depths of poverty; others still need their father's or husband's permission to travel the streets (much less leave the country) ...

Reporting From the Front Lines

A travel blog entry by mariposanegra


... with skyscrapers and malls, and lots of professionals and the requisite American fast food joints. It is also deeply Central American in culture and heavily, heavily Spanish speaking. Some people tried to tell me that it is just like Miami. Somebody lied. This ain't Miami. Not speaking fluent Spanish here is a problem. I am currently in Spanish school and working on it, but please don't come here thinking everyone will speak at least a little ...

Day 10 Panama Canal

A travel blog entry by luv2cruise


... jar. The seared, 72 hour prime beef was magnificent. Next was artisanal cheeses served with crackers/bread and last but not least, the paradise chocolate cake. It was superb.

Just before we departed from the room, we were handed a beautiful group photo of us. Nice memory.

We were happy that we had the opportunity to try this Vintage Room. It was a delightful experience.
Tomorrow will be a sea day.
Until next time...


A travel blog entry by sian_and_jim


... Caña rum in glass bottles around since Nicaragua in preparation for our San Blas yacht trip which didn't help our struggle up to the hostel. Well worth it though and we set off the next day on the Lost World Trek which took us literally machete-ing our way through the jungle to arrive at a brilliant waterfall flowing into a canyon. Midway through the hike we were treated to lunch in a local indigenous village which was a great experience. ...

Panama City-Santiago de Chile

A travel blog entry by tjarnen


... the Panama Canal and the Miraflores Locks, we went on to Ancón Hill. I think he told us that this was the highest point around the city. We got good views of the city's skyline, the colonial part of town and even the Miraflored Locks in the other direction. After taking a lot of pictures from Ancón Hill, we drove the Causeway out to some small Islands. The way out was pretty nice, but expected to get a better un obstructed view of the city from out there. But it was okay, ...

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This 1 star hotel, located on Peru Avenue and 30th Street, Panama City, is near The Old City (Casco Viejo), Bridge of the Americas, Monkey Island, and Soberania National Park.
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