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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Such a busy day again. First stop the Blue Mosque - had to cover up with a headscarf which was fine; one of our guides forgot where we were going and wore shorts - he had to wear a wrap as a skirt - very funny. We were lucky and did not have to queue. The mosque certainly deserves it's reputation - wonderful mosaics, beautifully balanced architecture and a ...
... best bargains are away from the bazaar.
The crowds are huge & the usual population is 17,000,000 with up to 8,000,000 visitors a year. Every nationality is on holiday in Istanbul at this time so it is a very colourful place to be. It is hot here but the humidity makes it more so.
The skyline is dominated by mosques & minarets & most are built on the 7 hills of Istanbul. The city was the second capital of the Roman Empire and ...
... but not here. We spent an hour and half waiting to get to immigration. I'm not complaining, just an observation. I wanted to pick up the IstanbulKart at the airport but I had read you had to go to a level below to do that and looking at the crazy long line, I thought forget it.
The airport wasn't organized in the least bit with a hundred flights arriving at the same time and no proper signage as to which luggage carousel you were to pick up the bags from. We ...
... and not while we were camping in the open last night. In a weird way, it was almost fitting as if to say thank you for paying respect, but now its time to leave us in peace.
It was a very moving and emotional day for the both of us. This was an experience like no other and one that we will both cherish forever.
This little town was a short ferry ride across the Dardanelles from Anzac cove and was were we stayed when we weren't camping out at ...
... social events (birth, marriage, death, feasts); and spiritual life.
· Through the centuries, singing of folk poetry was the sole musical entertainment of the Greek people, along with the accompanying musical instruments and dances
· folk music is deeply based on both traditions of Classical Greece and of the Byzantine Church
· Despite the influence from all different populations that have inhabited Greece through ...