Viking Apart Hotel
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... up on finding the tower. Went back to take the furnicular to Taskin. Now this apparently is the 2nd oldest underground in the world after Baker Street in London. Again had no idea where I was and quite pleased I was alone as it doesn't matter. After 30 minutes things became familiar and I got 'home' Now resting before welcome drinks and dinner with the crew. Should be interesting. Walked 12 km and climbed 13 ...
... cleric sits among all these and continuously reads passages from the Koran….
Another part of the treasury had secular items, huge jewels, the Topkapi dagger, about which I first heard in a heist film from the early 1960s and the Spoonmaker’s diamond, an 86-carat (!) jewel.
We took a boat up the Golden Horn the river estuary that protected the city from attack along a third of its length. This body of water was ...
... your way out. It really was bizarre! Thousands of people in a confined space, and they were all smoking, including the cats. No wander they sell so many trinkets and magic carpets. All the husbands would pay any price just to get out of this maze of shopping madness. Even Patti was ready for fresh air after about 45 minutes. Sure different than the Town Centre Mall back in PR. Overcast and 20 C in Istanbul. Haven't seen a cloud since we got to Turkey. Almost didn't recognize ...
Have fallen in love with Istanbul so much to see and do. And according to all the carpet salesmen I am beautiful that is what they all say to invite me to buy a carpet. But once you get past all the people trying to sell stuff, the city its self is amazing. Took a cruise on the Bosphours, visited the Blue Mosque, the Hagia Sophia and many other sites. Glad I gave myself time before my tour starts on ...
... small streets and bazaars selling all types of goods. It's a great way to see the real Istanbul as many people buy day to day goods at these places.
The weather has been amazing here. It's warm and sunny and we've been taking lots of ferries because of that. We spent one day almost going to the Prince's Islands. These are islands just south of Istanbul at the opening of the Sea of Marmara. The public ferries go there regularly and they're vacation ...