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Chris & Geoff's Jigsaws 2700-2799

Chris & Geoff's Jigsaws 2700-2799

Postby grannyM » 28 Jan 2017 18:40

Thank you to Chris & Geoff for these next puzzles. Composed from their 2015 AEGEAN cruise on Voyager

No.2700 Voyager, our home for 2 weeks 180 A
No.2701 Our Itinerary 126 A
No.2702 Nice Floral displays on arrival 165 A
No.2703 Inside Cabin 3303 170 A
No.2704 Cabin 3303 180 A
No.2705 Lifejackets ready for Muster 187 A
No.2706 The Veranda Buffet 170 A
No.2707 Alfresco Dining area 180 A
No.2708 Promenade Deck 204 A
No.2709 Pool and Pool Bar 198 A

No.2710 The Lookout Lounge 170 A
No.2711 The Darwin Lounge 198 A
No.2712 Sunset nightclub 192 A
No.2713 Scott's Lounge 192 A
No.2714 The Bridge 208 A
No.2715 The Library 192 A
No.2716 The Torture chamber 168 A
No.2717 Pirate Themed Dinner 180 A
No.2718 Waiters dressed as Pirates 168 A
No.2719 A Rear end only a mother could love 198 A

No.2720 Moored in Istabul 180 A
No.2721 Mosque, from the ship, Istanbul 160 A
No.2722 Church of the Holy Saviour, now Chora Museum 150 A
No.2723 Ceiling in Chora Museum 140 A
No.2724 700 year old Mosaics 160 A
No.2725 Underground Palace (storage reservoir) 170 A
No.2726 Medusa Head Cistern(holds 100,000 of water 140 A
No.2727 Hagia Sophia, Istanbul 150 A
No.2728 The Dome of Hagia Sophia 170 A
No.2729 The Bospherus River 165 A

No.2730 Replica of Gun from Gallipoli, Canakkale, Turkey 150 A
No.2731 Replica of "Nusret" from WW1 Gallipoli campaign" 170 A
No.2732 Wooden Horse from the film 'Troy', Canakkale 180 A
No.2733 Canakkale, Model of Troy may have looked like 192 A
No.2734 Clock tower, Canakkale 108 A
No.2735 Colourful Cappuccino, Canakkale 150 A
No.2736 Geoff & the Cruising Mates teeshirt 168 A
No.2737 Castle at Kilitbahir built around 1463AD, Canakkale 150
No.2738 Windstar on Bospherus at Canakkale 187 A
No.2739 Returning to the ship 170 A

No.2740 Breathtaking view from Patmos, Greece 180 A
No.2741 Monastery of St.John, Patmos 192 A
No.2742 Shopping in Patmos 168 A
No.2743 Restaurant at Kambos, Patmos 180 A
No.2744 Traditional cheese pies, Patmos 150 A
No.2745 Windmills, Patmos 192 A
No.2746 Chris Hotel, Patmos 176 A
No.2747 Grotto of the Apocalypse, (The cave of St.John, Patmos) 198 A
No.2748 Mosaic at The Cave 180 A
No.2749 Views from The Cave 187 A

No.2750 Voyager berth in Dikili, Turkey 150 A
No.2751 Hello Ducky, Dikili 126 A
No.2752 Dolphins on the phone? 88 A
No.2753 Vegetable market, Dikili 170 A
No.2754 A rather steep back street, Dikili 96 A
No.2755 Another back street, Dikili 150 A
No.2756 Volos, Greece 192 A
No.2757 Replica of a Jason & The Argonauts type of ship, Volos 192 A
No.2758 Commissioned by the Municipality 96 A
No.2759 Tree in the Park, Volos, Greece 77 A

No.2760 Berthed in Kusadasi, Turkey 180 A
No.2761 Old City Walls, Kusadasi 168 A
No.2762 Cafe, Kusadasi 176 A
No.2763 Interesting sculpture, Kusadasi 104 A
No.2764 Kusadasi Bazaars 168 A
No.2765 The Trotters expanding empire? 192 A
No.2766 Mixed Messages 168 A
No.2767 Meander Express Ferry 176 A
No.2768 Pigeon Island Fortress, Kusadasi, Turkey 176 A
No.2769 Aristotelous square, Thessaloniki, Greece 192 A

No.2770 The White Tower, Thessaloniki, 170 A
No.2771 On HOHO, Thessaloniki 180 A
No.2772 Galerius Arch, Thessaloniki 154 A
No.2773 The Seafront, Thessaloniki 192 A
No.2774 Having coffee, Thessaloniki 180 A
No.2775 OTE tower, Thessaloniki 168 A
No.2776 Kavala, Greece 176 A
No.2777 The Kamares Aqueduct, Kavala 180 A
No.2778 Built in 16th Century by Suleiman the Magnificent 192 A
No.2779 Sad building, needing some TLC 176 A

No.2780 The Byzantine Castle, Kavala 180 A
No.2781 Delicious coffee, Kavala 168 A
No.2782 Old city walls, Kavala 180 A
No.2783 You take the high road and I'll take the low road 192 A
No.2784 Worth the walk for the view, Kavala 180 A
No.2785 An introduction to Athens by coach 192 A
No.2786 Old Royal Palace now Parliament building 192 A
No.2787 Passing Hadrian's Arch 165 A
No.2788 Ruins of the Temple of Zeus 180 A
No.2789 Restoration at Acropolis 198 A

No.2790 Our excursion coach waiting at Acropolis 192 A
No.2791 Panathenaic Stadium, largest all marble stadium in the world 216 A
No.2792 Antalya, Turkey 187 A
No.2793 Looking the other way 180 A
No.2794 Ancient ruins, Antalya 180 A
No.2795 Old Town, Antalya 192 A
No.2796 Minaret, Antalya 165 A
No.2797 Walking to the harbour, Antalya 198 A
No.2798 Antalya Harbour 180 A
No.2799 Ubiquitous tourist Pirate ship, Antalya 165
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Chris & Geoff's Jigsaws 2700-2799

Postby CGBOWLER » 28 Jan 2017 20:36

Lovely!
Nice coincidence.
Just finished 2699 the day before ysterday.
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Postby grannyM » 29 Jan 2017 12:14

CGBOWLER wrote:Lovely!
Nice coincidence.
Just finished 2699 the day before ysterday.


Nice timing then Irene - same as the last list too. I was conscious that you and David (Barrowboy) would be about ready for a new lot. Hope you enjoy them. :D
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Re: Chris & Geoff's Jigsaws 2700-2799

Postby hazel20 » 29 Jan 2017 15:45

Thanks Marie for making this new set!
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Re: Chris & Geoff's Jigsaws 2700-2799

Postby Seamouse » 29 Jan 2017 17:54

Thanks Marie, for making some of our pictures into jig-saws. I have already done the first three, although I do not always time them. They take me longer on my laptop, as the picture is smaller and the colours not as bright. Also I am often watching T.V., at the same time.
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Re: Chris & Geoff's Jigsaws 2700-2799

Postby grannyM » 29 Jan 2017 18:10

Seamouse wrote:Thanks Marie, for making some of our pictures into jig-saws. I have already done the first three, although I do not always time them. They take me longer on my laptop, as the picture is smaller and the colours not as bright. Also I am often watching T.V., at the same time.


You are very welcome Chris. I wonder if you have noticed, after you click on the puzzle title the CM list, that on Jigsaw Planet, beside the actual title there is a blue 'Play As' button where you can change the size of the pieces. If you are not posting times for completing with the 'custom' size you may prefer to opt for larger pieces on your laptop, which you can choose in the drop down menu when you click on 'Play As'.

I don't use it but just a thought for you or anyone else not posting times! :D
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Re: Chris & Geoff's Jigsaws 2700-2799

Postby Barrowboy » 30 Jan 2017 22:29

I think players should post there times so those that go to the trouble of setting them up, and those donating their pictures
know that their time is well spent and their jigsaws are being played....
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Re: Chris & Geoff's Jigsaws 2700-2799

Postby hazel20 » 31 Jan 2017 10:31

I dip in and do a few jigsaws once in a while when I need to unwind.....but, as i just do a few pieces and then leave it until my next break - my times are usually several hours. That's why I don't post my times!
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Re: Chris & Geoff's Jigsaws 2700-2799

Postby grannyM » 31 Jan 2017 11:31

Barrowboy wrote:I think players should post there times so those that go to the trouble of setting them up, and those donating their pictures
know that their time is well spent and their jigsaws are being played....


hazel20 wrote:I dip in and do a few jigsaws once in a while when I need to unwind.....but, as i just do a few pieces and then leave it until my next break - my times are usually several hours. That's why I don't post my times!


I must admit I have no problem if people do not want to post their times. What makes it worthwhile for me is that folk enjoy doing them, as I do myself.

What I will say is that if you did want to time yourself, whether for posting or not, you can 'pause' any individual puzzle just by clicking the 'x' on the 'jigsaw planet' tab at the top of the screen. To restart the puzzle where you left it, fingers crossed, just go back and click the link on the list. :)

The main thing is.....'keep jigging'. :D
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Re: Chris & Geoff's Jigsaws 2700-2799

Postby Seamouse » 31 Jan 2017 17:06

Thanks, Marie, for the info. about the 'play as' button. I tried it, and it was much easier to do them, on my lap-top.
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