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... thru. You find yourself often outside the Grand Bazzar as you walk thru a gateway and out into more stores. I can't really put into words what I was expecting from the Grand Bazzar, be it atmosphere lots of colour etc but I didn't really get it. I was disappointed . . I wanted to see The Basilica Cistern an underground structure commissioned by Emperor Justinian and built in 532. The largest surviving Byzantine cistern in İstanbul, it was ...
... the EU in 2008, money has been ploughed in to rebuild the city. They said it has changed a lot and that made me feel better! They have done a great job as the old blends in with the new. We spent a long time walking round and soaking up the atmosphere and watched a re-enactment of one of the battles.
Our next port of call will be Syracuse on Sicily. I should remember that as we had an overnight stop there on our way to the boat last ...
... the guide said " A moment with Venus, gives you a life with Mercury" After the tour, I walked a long way uphill, and steps (Valletta is very hilly) to grab a quick lunch and then walked through St John's Cathedral, completed n 1576. It had to be the most ornate church ever..a close second to St Marks in Venice and Montreale cathedral in Sicily. The gold leaf carvings into stone went on forever. The magnificent floor is covered with some 400 multi-colored tombstones of ...
The main altar had a beautiful painting of the conversion of St Paul, very much in keeping with the fact that the original cathedral was supposedly built on the site of the meeting place of Governor Publius and the saint after he was shipwrecked in AD 60. Paul is said to have converted Publius to Christianity and he then became the first Bishop of Malta. Back outside, we went into the museum to see the silverware and religious ...
... under lights, and the moon was full and bright. As it rose the sun had just set which made for a magnificent red moon. The four of us dined casually - smorgasbord - on the open deck at the stern if the ship and watched the city disappear. We could see a wall of lights across the water to one side, it was other ships. Tomorrow we have our first ship excursion which means and early start so Craig headed to bed at 10.30pm. Ang went to a comedy game show with Tina and ...