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... Many high rise apartment buildings, most of them new. Now 6:45 pm and we are just leaving the bay. See photographs. Day 2 Istanbul (Saturday) Pulled into port at 8:00 am. On the North shore, hence we are still in Europe. Sadly the port has seen much better days, and is pretty run down. Four large cruise ships all in a row, including Seven Seas (beautiful looking ship - maybe one day!). Unlike all the other ports there is no tourist information office in the terminal ...
... shirt. I don't know who was the most thrilled, the little girl, us or the Grandfather, who had us all pose with the little girl for a photo. We all shook hands and waved goodbye. What a great moment. I now have some Aussie coins in my bags. After that, Emily and I left the group, they were walking on again. We headed back to the hotel, are on the Terrace in the shade and lovely breeze, blog writing. Well, Emily was. She's now gone to the hotel gym. More ...
... Our trains are antiquated and filthy. One train that went under the water, had a fun animated presentation on a screen above the seats that illustrated how the train and tunnel function. Nice touch, Istanbul. You paying attention, San Francisco? My late dinner was across the street from my hotel, at this tiny outdoor mom and pop eatery run by a scruffy guy and his excellent cook of a wife. Lamb stew and wine as prayers sang above my head across the city. ...
My last day here so I went up for breakfast early to check the weather (my room doesn't have a window) The sun is shining and the clouds are starting to break up.
There are 2700 mosques in Istanbul and I only have about 2660 to go so I thought I would check out a couple when I was out. I was headed to the Egyptian spice market to get some supplies for tomorrow and have lunch. I walked about a km to Bayazit Sq and the sky was black as so I turned around and came home for my ...
... a giant underground lake that supports it's roof with pillars - it put me very much in mind of phantom of the opera and it wouldn't have been at all surprised to see the phantom punting along (except that I really would have because that would be ridiculous). Most of the supporting pillars in there don't match and appear to have been pilfered from other locations including 2 rather famous medusa heads around which swirl several theories as to their ...