|As close to the Panama Canal as I got today.|
Bridge of the Americas in view, if you're into that sort of thing.
|Panama City is humid|
|Vasco Núñez de Balboa. In statue form.|
|Looking eastward on Avenida de Balboa|
|I forgot to remember the name of this building|
|The bust of Enrique Linares de Obaldia? Who's he? Why he was Procer of La Indepencencia. So there.|
|Can you spot the unaccompanied minor?|
|Iglesia del Carmen|
|Those tree branches. An artsy touch? Or distracting?|
|Iglesia del Carmen. Profile.|
|Way cool roof.|
|View of the altar from the rear of the church|
|From the front, looking back|
|The Infant of Prague! (The original on view in the 2011 blog of Prague)|
|Had to sneak a picture of this as it is popular prayer point and it's just plain rude to take a picture of someone in mid-prayer.|
Walking in downtown Panama City is challenging. For one thing, there are almost no cross walks on the streets. And then there are things like this.
|A hole in a sidewalk in Panama City|
But then again, there was this.
|No. This is not the Outdoor Museum of Antique Telephony|
|La Torre de la Revolucion. Revolution Tower|
|Look at all those cars. Everyone wants a glimpse!|