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... would show Jerusalem and its surrounds from many and varied angles. There was a large section on the Temple, including what looked like a reconstruction of Herod's temple which U. Leen Ritmeyer had worked on. Sure enough, his name was in the credits which was great to see! Sitting next to Hannah McCorrie who had been to Israel a number of times was great too! She was able to point out the places she'd been, where different Bible characters had stood and what happened where, where ...
... to mention while walking around the quaint streets of Porto where we stayed post cruise in a lovely walk up apartment on the second floor overlooking a chocolate shop (no I didn't plan that). Our Airbnb host met us when we first arrived and offered to carry up our suitcases. He needed time after that chore to catch his breath and I'm sure he thought there must be a body in Rose's bag it was so heavy. On this trip seeing ...
Looking down a street, I saw one more church. Only on getting closer did I realize it was the cathedral in the Zocalo. I crossed over on the edge of the great square for one final picture of Mexico. The square itself sat empty, roped off. Dunno if the military were trying to limit the location of protestors, riot gear again seen.
I proceeded to get disoriented, brilliantly without a map to track down the street names. I did see more churches but ...
... I had a light meal. Saw lights below on both sides of the Caspian Sea, thinking about the pending adventure of the Dragoman group on said body of water. A passenger two seats over has a nose bleed; deal with it!
The flight eventually ended, getting in shortly after 0600. We got the absolutely worst parking position at IST, seemingly half way to LHR already. It was a tarmac transfer to the building.
There were no passengers at the ...
... before we know it we are descending on Toronto. The final descent and taxiing to the terminal take about 30 minutes. It is great to get up and move around a bit. Pearson International is huge and it is a bit overwhelming trying to get to where we need to go but once we find the sign directing us to baggage we continue in that direction till we find the carousel and then we wait for the bags which have a ladybug ribbon tied to the handles. They ...