Alkoclar Keban Hotel
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Hello, well another big day yesterday in Istanbul. Cruised all around the city and visited the Blue Mosque and St. Sophia's Church (now a museum). Also had a very memorable few hours in the Gran Bazaar and Spice Markets. You need to be really careful not to get lost in these places as they are so big with lots of alleyways going all directions. Quite an experience - apparently there are 25 entrances ...
... with us as the pedestrian subways near the spice markets were dens of iniquity packed with hawkers, tourists, and locals. The smell was pretty bad also. Our last dinner in Istanbul was excellent. We walked about 5 mins from the hotel to a rooftop restaurant where both the views and the food were fantastic. Only downside was all the smokers and Lance in particular struggled with them and ended up sitting inside for a bit. I came away with a sore ...
... Sultan Ahmed which has caused nightmares for our tour pickups and drop offs. The calling for prayer sounds simultaneously towards different directions and i must admin I really do prefer to hear the bells ringing in England and other European countries.
Short blog tonight as it's time to spend with the girls, see you all in a few ...
... Bursa. Before we left, I did a trial run to the market in the neighborhood and turned the wrong way to go home (surprise, surprise) but Max corrected me so we did get home safely. This is going to be a bit humbling having to rely on a 5 year old to find my way around and to help me with the language. He is teaching me the numbers now and I have to ask him how to say so many words.
As we were getting off the bus in Bursa, the ...
... my driver is moving to New Zealand. He said he is through with living here. He brought me all around the city. There are tons of dogs and cats everywhere, and they are all very well fed. I was in seventh heaven. There was also the call to prayers while I was driving around. They go on and on. I thought they were much shorter. I saw the Blue Mosque and Haifa Sofia. Ataturk, their first president, made it into a museum. ...