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Grandma Bert's picture of the city of Panama, on the Pacific Ocean side of Panama.
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Grandma photographs Grandpa photographing Grandma in Panama.
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George Goethals, a U.S. Army officer and engineer was responsible for building the Panama Canal. This monument is dedicated to him.
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John Stevens, a civilian engineer, started the Panama Canal, but resigned suddenly before construction had proceed too far.
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This unidentified monument caught Grandpa Roy's eye in Panama.
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Grandma Bert with the Bridge of the Americas behind her
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Statue of Gabriel Lewis Galindo who was instrumental in reaching agreement with the United States about returning the Panama Canal back to Panama.
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Grandpa must have missed what the guide said about this statue, near that of Galindo in the previous picture.
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Grandma and Grandpa took an old, deluxe observation car on a train across Panama. These people worked in the station
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Dancers entertain cruise passengers before returning to the ship
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Another dancer who entertained passengers from several cruise ships.
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Dancers
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The colorful train on which Grandma and Grandpa rode across Panama. The trip took 40 minutes.
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Grandma Bert poses with the Coral Princess behind her.
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This alligator once protected the train station in Panama. Now he's stuffed.
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After the Panama Canal was built, the two continents were no longer connected to each other, so this bridge, the Bridge of the Americas, was built across the canal to link North and South America again.