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... covering large areas. We walked through the building and was surprised to find a reasonable modern railway station in operation on the other side.
Our feet aching and a thirst coming on we made our way towards the hotel but stopped at the Red River(nothing to do with Winnipeg) Bar. Effes beer to the rescue.
This would be our last day in Istanbul. Tomorrow we head towards Galipolli and Canakkle.
... and that is where the protesting took place. Here are a couple of photos of that area as well.
And with our walk back to the hotel, Mary and I brought our sightseeing to a close.
When Elaine, Eve and Leroy returned to the hotel the five of us celebrated our trip with a picnic dinner in Eve and Leroy's room. Then it was time to think about packing up...tomorrow morning we leave for Brussels!
... to sell everything from Mach3 razor blades to socks. They all called out to us to tell us what we needed. Cart vendors were everywhere, and they sold roasted ears of corn and roasted chestnuts. We didn't try the former because it looked like field corn, but we tried the latter, and we weren't impressed. A 12-year-old was pushing packs of cigarettes, and men approached Lisa and me several times trying to sell us designer perfume. Closer to the Galata Bridge, different ...
... in a 8 hour time period as the detail requires so much focus. This carpet was about 5 x 8, and will take close to 10 months at that rate to complete. We went up to a display room, and the carpet guy explained the process and how they go about working with local people to manufacture the carpets. The cheapest one we were offered was $600 USD which was very plain with no intricate details. They showed us some that were $6000 USD. These were large and beautiful. The carpets can have ...
... photograph taken with me. I agreed, and we had a couple shots snapped. He then turned to me and demanded 10 TL for the experience. I had a lizard-man flashback and fished around in my pockets for a couple minutes before apologetically replying "no lira" and going my way. Once again, they will do anything for a lira!
My next destination was the Bindirdirek Cistern (that means Cistern of 1001 Columns). I found out that there is a reason why the ...