Park Lane Aparthotel
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Today is our last day in Turkey with the group. We all met in the lobby and a few others who had been on the cruise and extended their stay hopped on the bus for the Grand Bazzar . The Grand Bazaar is one of the oldest and largest markets in the World. It houses over 3000 stores and covers 61 streets selling jewellery, hand painted ceramics, carpets, spices antiques and much more. It is full of tiny alleyways. Starting as a small vaulted bedesten ...
Our journey through the Suez Canal was very peaceful as we were the only boat in transit. It was as if all the huge container ships and tankers were put on hold to let us through! We arrived in Paphos as the sun set and the full moon rose which is always good to see. I was delighted to be there at last. I had studied the country way back for my Queen’s Guide badge and felt I knew it fairly well, but that ...
... BC. After this 45 minute film, we then got a tour of the original hospital, called the Holy Infirmary of the Knights that was built so the knights could give medical help to one and all.., the aristocracy on the top floor and also a floor below for the poorer patients. See the pics and explanations of each. Only men were allowed to be in the hospital. Women were not treated, unless emergency and then a doctor would go to the house, but it had to be serious. This was in the 1500s. ...
... in Europe.
In St Paul’s Square we found the cathedral which shared its title with the one in Valetta and decided to visit both it and the museum. It was built in 1702 with 2 bell towers and 2 clock faces and had an equally impressive interior as the one we saw yesterday, although slightly less ostentatious. Like St John’s, the ceiling was wonderfully painted and gilded and there were marbled walls and pillars everywhere.
... being unsure if it was something that we'd place a poppy on. He showed us another memorial on the way that he said is used for poppy commemorations, but having got to the Siege Bell and reading the plaques and inscriptions there was no doubt that we were at the right place. Ang placed the poppy, we took a lot of photos, including of the entrance to the harbour and surrounding area. The taxi dropped of us at the ship, Ang went shopping in the area just outside ...