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... She later tried her luck at Casino Royale. We returned to our cabin where we fell asleep, rocked in the arms of the sea.
The ship internet is as slow as a dial up modem in the days when AOL was king. I will add more pics later to this blog when I get decent ...
... ceremony being conducted - lots of red and blue balloons everywhere.
After spending some time poking around we walked down towards the Olympic Sculpture Stadium where we had a great view of Pier 70 and across the water. The sculptures themselves weren't very exciting.. we weren't even sure what most of them were supposed to be. From here we made our way back into Downtown where we found a bar to have a drink and watch a bit of ...
... in the early 1920s to make Turkey the modern successful country that it is. He changed the entire country from speaking Arabic to speaking Latin, gave equal rights to women and encouraged education.
Turkey is important to the world as a moderate Muslim country. Unfortunately they are surrounded by more radical Islamic countries. We need to hope they continue to be successful.
We had FABULOUS weather and only ran into rain showers ...
... not abated, and leaving the museum and our slight non-grunge detour behind, it’s time to get back on the grunge trail. We detour through a couple of cool neighbourhoods and get some lunch, but we’re ultimately headed to Kurt Cobain’s house out in the Seattle burbs. This house, which Cobain once shared with Courtney Love, and the site of his 1994 death, is pretty hard to get to without a car. You also can’t actually visit the house ...
... it created its own weather when it was built, with clouds forming near the ceiling. An air circulation system had to be installed to clear them.
*The 747 has approximately 6 million parts, and the 747 blood-line has collectively logged more than 78 billion km in the air. That would have been enough to travel to the moon...and back...101,500 times!
*Apparently the Being model names "7x7" were chosen ...