Albion Hotel Boutique
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... between 5pm and 7 pm, current
time 6pm we head off. It took about
another 3 hours, the motorways turn into shopping malls with trestle tables on
the white lines selling all manner of things.
Seriously… the Turks talk about watching movies in their cars on the way
home. We arrive totally shattered, flip
the tent and fall into bed. The next
morning Darren wakes and says wow yesterday was not a dream it was real.
... some cash left after food and transportation..
Which brings me to the overwhelming and confused part of my night… To start, my body doesn't know what happened to it because I made an American decision and got Burger King at the airport because I was so hungry and wasn't sure what I was going to fall into when I got off the bus. Then I walk out to find the "shuttle to Taksim" as I was instructed by my airbnb host. I asked how much the bus was, 14 ...
... are wearing shorts, you are required to have your legs covered so you are issued with a sarong like garment. We hired a guide to "skip the line" as it was ridiculously long and we did not believe we would get through before it closed for prayer time.
Some information you may find interesting about the mosque -
the real name of the Blue Mosque is the a Sultan Ahmed Mosque.
it was started in 1609 and completed in 1617.
... delight and little wedding favour baskets. Soooo cute. We had our last evening walk across the bridge just as the sun was setting over the city. The fishermen were out in full force as usual and we watched a few reel some in. We walked under the bridge where we found all of the fish restaurants. Sue had decided to have pot kepab the last main meal on the like of Turkish main meal delights so we didn't have a meal there, though it was tempting. We then started the walk up the ...
... finished, several people had left so the numbers jumped and I finally was called. The woman who helped me didn't speak any English or Spanish and wasn't very willing initially to help me and would just speak Italian. Eventually she told me I couldn't mail anything since I didn't have a return address in Europe. After some more back and forth, she asked someone else and was told to just put "Post" in the address line and it would work. Then I told her ...