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They are everywhere! All the tourists have them and if they don't there's a guy on every corner selling them yelling "selfie, selfie, selfie"! I think we are doing just fine without one - haha. We probably won't be posting everyday but I will try as often as I can. I don't want to forget any of these great memories! Thursday was were spent seeing more of Istanbul including several mosques and Galata Tower - a high towere from which you can see a lot of the city. We ...
Woke 6:30am left hotel 8am temperature 34 hot day. First stop legendary city of Troy. Enjoyed a unique lunch at a small village "Be My Guest Luncheon". Not much conversation with the lady although we used hand gestures and laughed a lot but nice traditional Turkish food. Also some home made wine which was quiet drinkable. Visited the ...
... and biking. Pay-by-the-hour bicycles were available in numerous places. The grass was lush everyone was taking the time to enjoy it. In the two days we were there we spent a large amount of time wandering the promenade and enjoying the little eateries, bars, and coffee shops. Ducking in to get out of the rain we also enjoyed their Ethnography Museum.
Probably the most baffling things about Izmir was simply the feel of the city. It felt ...
... insane amount of pictures and they all turned out perfectly! That view of the mountains in the background could make any picture perfect! We were able to stroll at a good pace up and down the street. We saw birds above and fish below, fishing boats all the way up to cruise ships going in and out of the harbor or parked for the night, and many locals, who contrary to Istanbul, greeted us and embraced our presence in their lovely ...
... the sewers and the channel running in front of the seats so they could clean themselves with a sponge and water on a stick. There was a statue of Scolasticaia (minus her head) who was a prostitute who donated funds to the bath house – she’s sitting so it would have been made after her death, if a statue was made of a living person they would be standing.
And at the bottom of the hill is the ‘library’, probably one of the ...