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... city had enough water to last a year. The cistern used to be full to the top. Now there is a system of management that keeps it at a constant level -- low enough to be enjoyed by us! There were a huge number of columns to support this area. My pics are very dark, but I hope you can enjoy them anyway.
Flew out of Athens at 3pm and landed 4:30pm Istanbul. As I was walking to immigration I heard Kell and steph's flight number being announced as landed. So I checked which bag carousel they where and after collecting mine headed there to wait. We had a airport reunion consisting of a three way hug and jumping up and down- like a scene from a movie. Headed with bags in hand and time for an adventure on the team to our hostel, eventually found it! 6 Lyra for two metro stops, bargin. ...
... back to our hotel (The Best Town Palace Hotel) where thankfully our rooms were ready. We walked through the blue mosque, the grand Bazaar and walked along the waterfront from the European side looking at Asia across the Bosphorous. Eventually we had to stop and have a turkish coffee, much to Vlad's trepidation, since coffee doesn't agree with him. And so it was that Vlad was very sick that early afternoon!! After Vlad stopped being a ...
... place. Most of the paces we've eaten have been old school eateries with little to no actual atmosphere, so this was definitely different. We found the hipster area of Istanbul.
We ordered the Kahvaltı supreme- which came with an assortment of cheeses, Nutella, ...
... friend Alex, but it was a king sized bed, and the extra space warranted no awkward moments during any of the nights. The only drawback to Cappadocia in my opinion was the people. It's such a touristic town that I felt tremendously pressured to spend money, and felt very little connection with the individuals of Goreme (the main town in the region). I would like to emphasize, however, that this was the very first time in Turkey that ...