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Robert from Marysville, PA Number of programs attended: 1
Date attended: 03/09/15 - 03/14/15
Road Scholar Group Leaders, Archie, Patrick, Roberto, and Alex were very personable and knowledgeable. The Panama Canal Authority employees who made a presentation and accompanied us through the Canal transit offered insights that only folks who work for the Authority could provide. The food and accommodations were great. Each day’s activities were well planned and well organized. I would recommend this Road Scholar Trip to anyone who is interested in the Panama Canal. I posted one slide show and three videos on You Tube. The You Tube Links follow: Panama Canal Road Scholar Trip March 9 to 14 2015 Slide Show - - - - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y_UHibOlMBw&feature=youtu.be Panama Canal Gate Closing - - - https://youtu.be/W6lnqrMkjPI Sloth in Almond Tree - - - https://youtu.be/SZFtBWRmgQo Termites and the Rain Forest - - - https://youtu.be/jHqGcPu3-Fo

Betsy from Oconomowoc, WI Number of programs attended: 2
Date attended: 03/09/15 - 03/14/15
The Grit & Glory Panama Canal trip was a fantastic 4 days of packing in diverse experiences related to the building of the canal & its history. Plus we got to go through the entire canal in a vintage 1920s yacht, so it was up close & personal!

Andrew from San Jose, CA Number of programs attended: 4
Date attended: 03/02/15 - 03/07/15
I had a wonderful time and received a considerable amount of new information, much of it visual to go along with things I had read. It was a long travel from California to Panama for just five days of touring, but I came home with no regrets. Archie as the leader and Claudio as the backup were great tour directors both leading this tour many times. The hotels were perfect and the buffet meals were well prepared with multiple choices at each meal. I can only think of nice things to say about every aspect of Grit and Glory. Be sure to read David McCulloughs, A Path Between the Seas, The Building of the Panama Canal, if you are considering this trip. http://www.amazon.com/Path-Between-Seas-Creation-1870-1914/dp/0671244094/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1426905825&sr=1-2&keywords=between+the+oceans

Georgia from Whitmore Lake, MI Number of programs attended: 3
Date attended: 03/09/15 - 03/14/15
When asked at the beginning of the program why we chose to come on this Grit and Glory trip several of the women said it was because going through the Panama Canal was on their husband's bucket list. This is a great program and NOT just for the men.

Jeff from Oconomowoc, WI Number of programs attended: 2
Date attended: 03/09/15 - 03/14/15
On this trip you’ll visit or see most of the spots open to the public that tell the story the Canal and its place in the history of trade and engineering. Panama has been a crossroads of world trade since the Spanish started to transfer their looted American gold across the isthmus in the 1500’s. And because of the canal, Panama is still a major and significant convergence point for shipping, trade, banking, and tourism. Even if you think your spouse or partner wouldn’t be interested in seeing the Canal, you’ll discover they will be transfixed by both the Canal itself plus at least one more subject whether it be nature, art, people, construction, railroads, warm weather, or history. No one comes away from seeing the Canal without it making a lasting impression and lasting memories. No other program anywhere offers a full transit of the canal from the perspective of small ship. If you go to Panama on your own and take one of tour boats open to the public, you’ll go from the Pacific entrance up in the Pacific side locks (Miraflores and Pedro Miguel) and get off after passing through the Culebra Cut. On the Grit and Glory trip, you’ll also see Gatun Lake (once the largest manmade lake in the world) and lock down to the Caribbean through the Gatun Locks. There is nothing to compare with seeing the locks operate and big ships enter the locks with only 2 feet spare on each side when you see it from the deck of the Road Scholar chartered tour boat You’ll also get a wonderful view of other hidden parts of Gatun Lake when you ride the Panama Canal Railroad from Colon back to Panama City. Throughout the trip, you’ll see sights that will help you understand how the Canal works with the help of tropical rains, reservoirs, and gravity.

Joan from Conway, SC Number of programs attended: 6
Date attended: 03/09/15 - 03/14/15
This program went above my expectations. The hotels and food were excellent and the leaders were great.

Geraldine from Winona, MN Number of programs attended: 1
Date attended: 02/23/15 - 02/28/15
I highly reccomend this Panama tour for its educational value. Everything was interesting and presented in a pleasant manner.

Alina from Bridgewater, NJ Number of programs attended: 3
Date attended: 03/09/15 - 03/14/15
If you want an up close and personal understanding of the Panama Canal - take this trip. We learned about the canal from inception for expansion. Taking a ride through the canal we actually got to touch the walls of the locks! How many people can say that? Really enjoyed this adventure!

William from Marinette, WI Number of programs attended: 8
Date attended: 03/09/15 - 03/14/15
This is my eight Road Scholar trip. I would recommend any of them but this one would be at the top of the list. Outstanding leaders, great content and a lot of fun.

Kathleen from Sacramento, CA Number of programs attended: 4
Date attended: 03/02/15 - 03/07/15
If you are at all interested in the Panama Canal, this is the trip for you! The material that is presented is clear, complete, and interesting. Panama City is beautiful and modern. The Old City is historicallly fascinating. And the Panama Canal is a treasure of the past, present and future.

Sharon from Carmichael, CA Number of programs attended: 6
Date attended: 03/02/15 - 03/07/15
This is an excellent program to learn about and experience the Panama Canal. It is an amazing engineered structure with a very interesting history. The leaders and instructors were friendly and knowledgeable. The participants were interested and comfortable traveling companions. It was an overall wonderful experience.

Mary from Cissna Park, IL Number of programs attended: 7
Date attended: 03/02/15 - 03/07/15
A wonderful experience, easy to travel to get there and enjoyed learning about the canal, the rainforest an the history of people working as the canal was being built. Also learning about the new addition being built as we observed on a field trip.

Jane from Sarasota, FL Number of programs attended: 11
Date attended: 03/02/15 - 03/07/15
A wonderful program, full of fascinating facts. Great leaders. The transit of the canal fulfilled a lifetime dream.

John from San Antonio, TX Number of programs attended: 5
Date attended: 02/02/15 - 02/07/15
If you wish to touch, taste, and experience the Panama Canal up close and personal, this program is for you. I was excited every day in country.

Suzanne from Severna Park, MD Number of programs attended: 3
Date attended: 02/23/15 - 02/28/15
I found the two leaders Archie and Claudio very knowledgeable and experts at taking care of the 51 guests. Nothing was too much trouble for them and no detail overlooked. Food excellent, hotels wonderful, information excellent. Certainly no room for complaints from anyone.

Laura from Bronxville, NY Number of programs attended: 10
Date attended: 02/02/15 - 02/07/15
Interesting trip, well-organized, little or no "shopping expeditions" that waste so much time. And relatively short--a plous for us!

Susan from Richland, WA Number of programs attended: 1
Date attended: 02/02/15 - 02/07/15
We just returned from our first Road Scholar trip, Grit and Glory: Exposing the Panama Canal. What an amazing experience! We learned SO much, saw beautiful country, experienced the Canal from land, transporting through the locks & canal on a historic boat & viewing from the train! We had wonderful, knowledgable, caring tour leaders, & met many interesting people. We highly recommend this trip!

Amy from Peachtree City, GA Number of programs attended: 2
Date attended: 01/19/15 - 01/24/15
Are you wondering what the Panama Canal is really like? How does it work? Why are they building a new canal and how will it work? This is the trip for you. On this trip you will have the opportunity to explore the Canal from its very beginning up to right now. You will touch the walls of the Canal as you go through. The trip is extremely well organized and very enjoyable.

Christa from Austin, TX Number of programs attended: 1
Date attended: 01/19/15 - 01/24/15
Visiting the Panama Canal is a great lesson in geography. It has given me a new appreciation for all the goods of our daily life that have to pass through this "eye of the needle."

William from Gainesville, FL Number of programs attended: 1
Date attended: 01/19/15 - 01/24/15
This trip is an unforgettable experience that will without a doubt change your perception of the history, nature and future of Panama and the canal. The 10-hour journal through the canal cannot be adequately described other than mind-blowing. The quality of information provided is remarkable.

Douglas from Riverside, CA Number of programs attended: 2
Date attended: 01/19/15 - 01/24/15
The "Grits and Glory" program demonstrates amazing technological accomplishments still in use 100 years later. There is no way you can get this appreciation by going through the Canal on a cruise ship. If you love to see "how things work" this is the trip to take.

Rebecca from Miramar Beach, FL Number of programs attended: 18
Date attended: 01/12/15 - 01/17/15
This is a wonderful program. You will learn, have fun, and have many great experiences.

Mary Ann from West Babylon, NY Number of programs attended: 1
Date attended: 12/01/14 - 12/06/14
Definitely a bucket list item WELL CHECKED!!

Tony from Stone Mountain, GA Number of programs attended: 56
Date attended: 12/01/14 - 12/06/14
To learn and experience the Panama Canal this is the program to join.There is no wasted time.

Jim from The Villages, FL Number of programs attended: 14
Date attended: 12/01/14 - 12/06/14
This is a great program to help understand the importance of the Panama Canal in world commerce, whether business or pleasure/tourism.

Gene from Cleveland, GA Number of programs attended: 3
Date attended: 11/10/14 - 11/15/14
This was our 3rd RS trip. The tour of the Panama Canal and Panama City were wonderful. Archie and Wendall (tour guides) did a tremendous job with the canal tour and history as well as dinners and accommodations. The Panama Canal is fascinating and Road Scholar provided an excellent way to experience it. Best RS tour so far.

Larry from Knoxville, TN Number of programs attended: 1
Date attended: 11/10/14 - 11/15/14
a wonderful experience that i will always remember

Martha from Perrysburg, OH Number of programs attended: 6
Date attended: 10/27/14 - 11/01/14
A trip of a lifetime! That sounds trite-but in the case of the Panama Canal-it is really true.

Nan from El Centro, CA Number of programs attended: 8
Date attended: 11/10/14 - 11/15/14
We had a good time, as usual on a Road Scholar tour. My head is so full of information I will have to buy a bigger hat. Met wonderful people and especially enjoyed the trip through the locks from ocean to ocean.

Kiyoshi from Carson City, NV Number of programs attended: 10
Date attended: 11/10/14 - 11/15/14
I want to do this program again in 2016 when the new locks are completed.

Barb from Chicago, IL Number of programs attended: 1
Date attended: 10/27/14 - 11/01/14
My goal was to do a full transit of the canal and to view construction of the new locks, and this trip made it happen for me. The full transit was incredible. Our group of 49 made it possible for Road Scholar to rent its own boat for the transit .. brilliant move. We not only had the boat to ourselves, but we also were able to get close enough to the wall of a Miraflores lock to be able to touch the wall and have a photo to memorialize the experience. How cool is that? The representative from the Panama Canal Authority provided interesting commentary throughout the day and was accessible to answer questions. And then to see construction of the new locks the next day .. both the full transit and new construction were just "wow." If that is your interest, then I highly recommend this tour. This was my first Road Scholar trip, and I believe I was the only person on my own. It was a total non-issue. People were very friendly and welcoming, and I talked to everyone at some point during the week. I definitely would take another RS trip if destination/dates/price worked.

Karen from Salt Lake City, UT Number of programs attended: 2
Date attended: 10/27/14 - 11/01/14
What a trip! This was a bucket list dream. It exceeded my expectations. Karen, Salt Lake City, Utah

Bobbie from Charlottesvle, VA Number of programs attended: 4
Date attended: 10/27/14 - 11/01/14
A perfect way to transit the entire Panama Canal without spending days on a cruise ship with thousands of people. We were able to experience the feeling of being in the Canal and not looking down on it from up above.

Barbara from Asheville, NC Number of programs attended: 1
Date attended: 10/27/14 - 11/01/14
A wonderful lifetime dream come true with professional guidance. THANK YOU!

Barbara from West Palm Beach, FL Number of programs attended: 44
Date attended: 03/24/14 - 03/29/14
If you are interested in History and in seeing one of the man-made "wonders of the world", consider this trip. It is not at all physically taxing, and it is a very interesting and well-run trip!

Fred from Columbus, OH Number of programs attended: 3
Date attended: 03/03/14 - 03/08/14
It is fine

Carol from Ithaca, NY Number of programs attended: 3
Date attended: 03/03/14 - 03/08/14
This was a fascinating adventure. I learned about the history and the economic significance of the Panama Canal. I also learned about how the locks work and some aspects of international shipping that are controlled by the configuration and scheduling of the locks.

Debbie from Milwaukie, OR Number of programs attended: 46
Date attended: 03/03/14 - 03/08/14
Really enjoyed the trip and the scenery. It was all about the canal which was fascinating . We also rode the train back from Colon to Panama City. The guides were also very knowledgeable on the wildlife and took time out to point out the birds and mammals . I would really recommend this trip to anyone who is interested in the canal. All the hotels were so interesting and very modern.

George from Chapel Hill, NC Number of programs attended: 1
Date attended: 02/24/14 - 03/01/14
This is not a tour of the country of Panama. It properly focuses upon the canal itself, and in that way I was delighted. The information content was high. Every meal was a buffet, and they had, after a while, a sameness. However, the food was good and without problems. We experienced absolutely no mosquitoes, a good surprise.

William from Guelph, ON Number of programs attended: 1
Date attended: 02/24/14 - 03/01/14
I have just returned from my first RS trip - Grit and Glory, Panama Canal. I can't say enough about the experience. I have travelled extensively in my life and I've never been more pleased. I can hardly wait for the next one.

Sharon from Holt, MI Number of programs attended: 1
Date attended: 02/03/14 - 02/08/14
The Grit and Glory Panama Canal Tour exceeded my expectations. I loved going through the canal in the small, vintage 1920s boat and making the return trip to Panama City via the Panama Canal Train, in a glass-domed car. Our guides, Archie & Wendell were very knowledgeable, organized, friendly, helpful and fun to be around.

Ann from North Palm Beach, FL Number of programs attended: 1
Date attended: 02/03/14 - 02/08/14
This is a short trip filled with educational experiences.

Colleen from Washougal, WA Number of programs attended: 9
Date attended: 02/10/14 - 02/15/14
The Grit and Glory: Exposing the Panama Canal was a wonderful program. We enjoyed every minute of it! Would like to go back after the canal expansion is complete.

Christine from Galena, IL Number of programs attended: 1
Date attended: 02/10/14 - 02/15/14
Spectacular! Visiting the Panama Canal was on our bucket list and this program met our every expectation. Program leaders were amiable and expert and our fellow participants were all enthusiastic lifelong learners. Highly recommend this program!

Paul from Chelmsford, MA Number of programs attended: 6
Date attended: 01/20/14 - 01/25/14
Very informative information about the past, current and future canal and consequent changes in Panama. The guides are walking encyclopedias of details. Panama City is a present surprise. The use of 100 year old technology is amazing and its simplicity is elegant given today's over engineering.

Ginny from Denver, CO Number of programs attended: 3
Date attended: 01/20/14 - 01/25/14
Excellent program - well organized and VERY informative. Highly recommend this program.

Nola from Mount Carroll, IL Number of programs attended: 1
Date attended: 01/20/14 - 01/25/14
If the Panama Canal is on your bucket list (or even if it isn't) this is an amazing program. Great guides, lodging and meals and in-depth study of the canal, canal zone and expansion project.

William from Clearwater, FL Number of programs attended: 1
Date attended: 11/11/13 - 11/16/13
The transfer of the Panama Canal from the USA to Panama is an interesting piece of history. Find out about this huge effort and see it for yourself.

Sonja from Healy, AK Number of programs attended: 1
Date attended: 11/04/13 - 11/09/13
This was our first Road Scholar trip and we are completely happy with it. The program provided very in-depth coverage of the canal, and the day long transit through the canal on a small, private boat was a thrill! Expert lectures and background...plus a very good overview of the new canals in progress. Good lodging, good food, good companions, good guides!

Doris from Lansdale, PA Number of programs attended: 5
Date attended: 03/04/13 - 03/09/13
This program exceeded my expectations. The transit of the canal was the highlight but the Visitors Center for the new locks was also very exciting. Seeing the new locks under construction is fascinating. The train ride from Colon back to Panama City was great fun. My only complaint is I wish I had stayed a couple of extra days to explore on my own. I would recommend this trip for anyone wanting to experience the Panama Canal in a small ship. I was able to touch the sides of the locks. The new locks are scheduled to open in 2015 so don't miss this chance to see an amazing engineering feat.


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