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... a cheap room service dinner of beef salad and fries before some tv and a reasonably early night.
Next day, See Gallipoli!
Having seen all the sights we wanted to over the previous few days we used our last morning to relax and sort out our bags before our afternoon flight to Jordan.
A part of this was attempting to send some of our mounting souvenirs and a few other bits and pieces home. Unfortunately the concierge had sold us down the river and the ...
... cubic meters of water (2,800,000 cubic feet). It takes 52 steps to get to the cistern, which lies below the city. In one corner two of the columns rest on Medusa head bases, which were plundered by the Byzantines during their era of power.
We're just hearing the evening prayers now being sung throughout the city. We are in the heart of Old Town, surrounded by mosques. The prayers can be heard throughout the ...
... it, he just shook his head and pointed for me to leave everything in the bag and push it through the x-ray machine. So, everything got thrown onto the conveyor belt, we walked through, and it was over. I'm sure if we had fit a profile, we would have received scrutiny, but we did not. TSA could learn A LOT from Israeli security.
We then went to passport control, where we had no questions at all. They ...
... 305;t seems thıs lıttle scrap of paper ıs the tıcket to gettıng a bed for the nıght!!), and was told to waıt to the sıde for the shuttle bus to the hotel. The lady carrıed on callıng out peoples names - very hectıc and a bıt slap dash ıf you ask me, but ın the end we were ushered lıke cattle to the bus! Phew - I was on my way!!
The bus journey was ...
Istanbul is the first European city that we have visited that is majority Islamic. Reportedly 95%25 of the population are Muslim. The first indication of the strength of the religion here is the striking skyline of the city with minarets spearing into the sky wherever you look. The relatively low-rise typical of older European cities accentuates this.
Scratch the surface - literally - and the layers below are revealed. Under an earlier ...