Green Park Bostanci
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... the weather had taken a turn for the worst.
When it finally started raining, we admitted defeat and decided to back to the hostel area to dry off and eat again. We had “dinner” at a little restaurant across from the hostel, which consisted of hummus and olives because we were so full still from lunch/snacks. The olives were totally awesome—we definitely will be trying to find some to bring back to the US. ...
... of Logan. We set off in Dream catcher to explore the rest of the park, we climbed steadily up and up stopping along the way for photos and a coffee break. At the highest point 5983ft we stopped and chatted to 3 young men who were making a documentary about the park. They had a camera attached to a mini helicopter that they could fly by remote control. They all liked our vehicle and took some photographs of us and it. They had ...
... beautiful being the Tomb Of Sultan Selim II. The sarcophagi themselv es are covered in a green baize. Some of the sarcophagi were tiny and were obviously those of young children. In the evening we had perhaps out nicest meal in a restaurant with views across the Bosphorus. We decided to try out some Turkish wine but although drinkable it wasn't that good and we quickly regretted it as it wasn't ...
... weather, things looked different. There are many more gardens, gates and pavilions than we remembered.
We made our way through the first and second courtyard into the third where there are the Imperial Treasury rooms on the south edge of the compound. We waded through throngs of people to get into the Treasury. The line waddled like penguins as it laboriously passed in front of the display ...
... an album of Turkish pop songs at full blast, while he made his way through the sea of traffic by making up his own lanes and ignoring the toots. As we got closer to the city, we were bewildered by the endless landscape in front of us. It was like a movie set, where they just repeated the view into the horizon using mirrors or fake sets. Each time we thought the sky met the buildings, we would turn a corner and another layer of mini stacked squares would be there. The sun ...