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... of Turkish carpets on loan from a Budapest museum.
The city also has several other historic landmarks. We rode the lift to the top of the Galata Tower, a 14th-centurey structure that was both a religious emblem and a watchtower.
As I mentioned earlier, busnesses can now more easily do what used to be the pervue of religions. And Istanbul has not been immune from the call of capitalism. We visited Taksim Square, where Istanbul's modern retail is rooted. ...
... alone, but today we got, 'Are you angry?', 'It's rude not to answer me when I'm talking to you', and 'We are nice people, you know. We are Turkish!'
One guy yesterday went from, 'I can show you around the Blue Mosque,' to, 'I can sell you a carpet,' without drawing a breath!
... a new and interesting experience; and it's also not every day that you get to see women walking around in full burkas at an amusement park. The park's main attraction was a red hair-raising rollercoaster called Nefeskesen, which apparently means "breathtaking" in Turkish (according to Google). Sam Jackson and I were the only ones brave enough to try it. Like several other rollercoasters we have ridden, this one accelerated brutally right out of the gate using ...
... and I must have you now!!!!
It's obvious that kebab addictions strike a nerve with me, having been one since 2006 - it's exceedingly rare that any drug can lead to addiction within the first use, but the kebab is even more nefarious. Sometimes all it takes is a moment of staring at it and smelling it, the addictive smells going up your nostrils and straight to your brain, with the hypnotic revolution of that massive mound of meat ...
... and snaking highways - no straight lines at all until the older part and it was more uniform. The orange-red roofs gave it romantic feel. soon we were on the ground and of course the fun getting visas and going through immigration starts! There was so many people going through but finally all done, luggage collected and found a taxi and came a half hour to the hotel.
The city is beautiful and the medium strips are ...