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... does not appear to be too many road rules. It is a matter of push and shove. Definitely not a place for me to drive. They told us there were quite a few car factories in Turkey including Fiat, Toyota, Renault and Ford just to name a few. It was interesting to note that 97% of Istanbul is classed as Asia while just 3% is known as European. From our room on the 7th Floor we watched some of the traffic trying to negotiate two ways up and down a narrow street ...
... is still underway to restore much of the mosaic decoration of Mary and the other saints. The detail is amazing.
The Basilica Cistern is where you go to escape the heat - lots of columns holding up the roof, fish in the water. Its dark, atmospheric and was a set used for From Russia with Love apparently.
I wanted to go to the top of the Galata tower to take some pictures of the old city from a height. Unfortunately I was not alone long slow moving ...
... fare up a cobblestoned alley, then for dinner went to a lovely restaurant with fine dinning just up from us that was recommended by a local, the food was wonderful, sitting out on the cobblestone street on a perfect night. We were given complimentary tea for Gail & I the boys having Turkish coffee followed by Turkish delight. We were told we could go up to the rooftop garden getting a good view of city which we ...
... at the Dervish Cafe up on a big hill looking over the city. It was beautiful watching the storm come over the mountains. We wound up walking home in the rain, again.
Yesterday, we took a bus to a little mountain village and took a hike up the mountain. It was beautiful and so quiet. So nice to get out of a busy, smelly, chaotic city. We could hear the birds singing and the breeze whispering through the pines. Max had ...
Woke 6.45 am nice breakfast left 8.30 am. Busy day visited Topkapi Palace, one of the greatest palaces of the Ottoman period, which has a superb position overlooking the Bosphorus. Explored the magnificent St. Sophia's Basilica built by Constantine the Great. After lunch, discover the wonders of the Blue Mosque, famous for its six minarets and ...