Bilek Hotel Istanbul
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... to find out where she is heading!
After coffee, we walked around downtown Istanbul. Tons of people asked us where we were from, then exclaimed "oh Obama" with excitement or talked about people they knew who had moved to the US. It was pretty amazing how many people showed such genuine excitement—one guy even invited us into his leather shop for free tea so he could practice his English and talk about how his son lives ...
... coffee at McDonalds to blog and up load some photos. We the purchased some good at a small supermarket then bought some street food for lunch, before returning on the bus. As I read my book Les downloaded material safety data sheets for the flammable items going with Dream Catcher in the container. We then had a nice walk in the park with Logan. In the evening Les played about with the net book charger, it seems to be giving up, we decide we need to try to get a new one ...
... is now a museum. It is a great example of Byzantine architecture and inside there are lovely mosaics and marble pillars. As a mosque many of the mosaics depicting scenes from the bible were removed or plastered over. Later many were restored in the 1930s but it became difficult to resurrect the mosaics without destroying some of the Islamic Art. The dome of Hagia Sophia is huge and it was for some time the world's largest ...
... br> 2) bought 12 months supply of bp & cholesterol meds (about 30% more expensive than in Thailand and also without need for a prescription),
3) enjoyed another super lunch at Balkan Lokanti, and
4) popped into Topkapi Palace for a quick look-see.
Construction began in 1459 and, at its peak, the palace was home to as many as 4,000 people.
EM_TY ARE BACK! After being off the grid for a while, we are back updating the blog.
'My little Turkish delight' – This is what I am calling Istanbul. While Tracey had fallen in love with Berlin, I had a huge crush on Istanbul. Berlin suited Tracey’s need for a little control, Istanbul filled my need for a little chaos. Chaos is certainly not the first word which came to mind when we landed and took a taxi to our rented studio apartment, ...