Dos Mares

Address: Peru Avenue and 30th Street, Panama City, Panama | 1 star hotel
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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, Soberania National Park, and Monkey Island.
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    Travel Blogs from Panama City

    Panama Canal Cruise

    A travel blog entry by travelducks on May 19, 2015

    9 comments, 30 photos

    Although I had hoped to write this blog during our trip through the Panama Canal, we had limited Internet access so it wasn't possible. We're home now – safe, healthy and happy to be home, having enjoyed an amazing trip (over 6,000 nautical miles) from one side of this continent to the other. Here are a few highlights from our journey.

    THE SHIP – Our Home for 21 Days

    City lights, ancient ruins and awesome locks

    A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Mar 20, 2015

    34 photos

    ... and some hipster watching, we set off to explore the crumbling ruins of the old city built in the 16th century, Panama Viejo. Just minutes after entering the park, we ran into Ramon and Rahel, the Swiss couple from the San Blas boat, who quickly went off in search of water. Climbing the rebuilt tower of the cathedral, we took in the tall sights of the new Panama City and tried to imagine what this land would have been like 500 years ago. The heat of the early afternoon ...

    Coast to Coast

    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Feb 15, 2015

    ... t drunk much water in my time here, so I'm really dehydrated. I also managed to catch the sun in a really obvious "how can you forget to lotion there!?" place, all of which is a shame, because the blue skies have really, finally come out.

    Around 3 we took a small boat to the mainland which also snaked a few hundreds metres up a river. Here there were jeeps to take us to Panama City. I said goodbye to the others here. They could all ...

    What can I say? Wow!

    A travel blog entry by harleyjah on Jan 24, 2015

    2 comments, 35 photos

    ... Canal takes about 8-10 hours. Prior to entering the Canal from the Atlantic, you can see what remains of the unsuccessful French attempt to dig a sea-level canal. Transiting the Canal can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars (the Serenity paid $115,000), depending on the size of the ship and the value of the cargo. The cheapest fare charged was to one Richard Haliburton, 36 cents in 1928, to swim its length. From the Atlantic, you step up 85 feet, through ...

    First International 42 k Race, Panama

    A travel blog entry by tarae.griffin on Dec 07, 2014

    6 photos

    ... athletes, running friends, passing cars, to people I've never met nor knew they knew my name. I had people on bikes offering gatorade, salt pills, anything really. The best supporters ever, just need to bring the culture to all others now!

    The highlights were definitely 4 new Nike athletes (who are not runners per se) who surprised me by jumping out of a crowd with huge signs and water on the return. They definitely brought a huge smile to my face ...