I won a domination victory on turn 285. I have been trying to find a balance between building infrastructure and units for domination victories lately, so I'll list my actions in chronological order. I am looking forward to seeing what order you guys did things in.
Turn 0: I chose to settle in place, as the desert in the north made me nervous to move in that direction, and the adjacent deer was a nice starting tile to work. Also, I wanted the river system in the south to be in workable range as soon as I had civil service, so having it in the 1st and 2nd rings was nice.
Turn 50: By this point I had built my cities and gotten the Sun God pantheon. It was clear that the start contains a lot of growth in the capital, combined with a mountain for an observatory. Since it looked like I was going to be able to get dynamite very early, I chose to focus on infrastructure at least up to universities. I also had 5 workers at this point, most of which were stolen from Pedro and La Venta, and one from Lhasa via the barbarians.
Turn 84: I kept stealing from La Venta and building workers, so at this point I had 9 of them. This is also the turn I finished the National college.
Turn 120: All of my universities were up, and I was making 187 science per turn. I had founded my own religion in the meantime, with Tithe and Religious Community. After a quick detour to get an observatory in my capital, I was going to focus on getting dynamite.
Turn 157: I finally got dynamite, after bulbing two scientists. My science per turn was at 390. Earlier I had acquired La Venta using Diplomatic Marriage, to give me a good route to attack north. Still, Samsun looked like the best target for me at the time. What I had missed is that the Ottomans had built the great wall, which is changed in the mods I usually play with to no longer inhibit movement. This would cost me a few units down the line.
Turn 193: I took Istanbul, after having taken Samsun, Konya and Vilnius. Because I did not want him to take it back, I made peace. I was on my way to flight, at 644 science per turn. However, it would be nice if I could take something else first, and Sao Paulo looked like a suitable target.
Turn 206: I had captured Sao Paulo and given it back to Pedro, making him a friend for the rest of the game. I was at -11 happiness though... This was my biggest problem for most of the game, being the only civilization that chose for autocracy. Istanbul had Alhambra, so I was not about to give up my Blitz paratroopers and Xcoms. In hindsight though, I definitely should have: I was already getting -22 happiness from public opinion, and it was about to grow to -34. On the bright side, I was about to win the worlds fair, which helped me get the happiness policies I desperately needed.
Turn 241: My happiness from public opinion had reached -39, but I was somehow able to stay at 0 happiness, and at around 1000 science per turn, I could afford to focus on units only. I had a fleet of 5 bombers and 2 fighters and was attacking Augustus, slowly pushing him back. I was not able to keep any cities at all, or my population would revolt, so I gave all of them to Pedro.
Turn 261: I had captured Rome and attacked Attila. This is the turn when I got stealth bombers, so things were about to accelerate. I was sitting at 4 happiness with an ominous -47 happiness from public opinion.
Turn 269: At -57 happiness from public opinion, having heard the cries of my people for centuries, captured Attila's court and built a number of Blitz Xcoms, I finally gave in and switched to Order. This gave me the happiness I needed to go on a capturing spree.
Turn 285: Using my stealth bombers and Xcoms, I took all remaining capitals. Unfortunately I had made peace with France to focus on Indonesia, but they folded in a few turns, meaning I had to wait to take Paris. Overall I think this game had a nice balance of infrastructure, middle game war and endgame war. This is definitely not the fastest possible time though: maybe going for more early wars leads to a quicker victory, or maybe sticking to a science strategy allows you to get stealth bombers and Xcoms earlier.