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... tourists visit over here because it is fairly far out of the way.
Other highlights from the trip include: having a rooftop patio beer with an amazing view of the Blue Mosque at night, the Asian side (Karakoy), the Basicila Cistern, park behind Tokapi palace, the bridge, ferry rides and the nightlife on the European side. Istanbul is a fantastic and incredibly unique city; it is well worth visiting. We also had the pleasure of having two grown men, wearing ...
... carpets sipping on apple tea before emerging back on to the bustling street and off to do some more exploring. Our time spent on the shores of the mighty Bosphorus watching men fishing off the bridge and eating the famous fish in bread rolls was a highlight. Eating roasted chestnuts, squeezed pomegranate juice and fresh bagels from the street carts was wonderful. Simply sitting sipping Turkish tea and watching the passing parade another treat. ...and now, off to ...
... I went through security but i already had
my ticket – city pass.
This place is huge, there is lots to see. I started off seeing the palace rooms, the great views, then went to the gardens, saw the museum of weaponry and the Harem room. There was also
various statues scatted around the place as well. This place was very crowded, so after seeing what i wanted to see, i left. I then walked up ...
We are now in the airport with reliable wi-fi getting ready for our 11 hour flight back to Toronto so I thought I would try to wrap it up. Santorini - very different than the other Greek islands - the houses are mostly perched up on the rock. We took the donkey path up from the port (without a donkey of course) because "we" love to have a little climb first thing in the morning. There were some walkers but mostly people rode the donkeys or took the ...
... and outdoor graves for many of the dervishes.
I passed by the embassies for Sweden, Russia, Greece, and the Netherlands. This side of Istanbul was made to be more European. There is ...