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... the peak period of the Ottoman empire, the property was home to some 4000 people and included mosques, bakeries, a hospital and a mint. The property is substantial and overlooks the port which joins the Sea of Marmara with the Bosphorous. I can only say that the Sultans knew "how to live"!
The short visit to Istanbul was a major highlight and certainly provided an exciting introduction to this very interesting culture.
... a cheap room service dinner of beef salad and fries before some tv and a reasonably early night.
Next day, See Gallipoli!
Having seen all the sights we wanted to over the previous few days we used our last morning to relax and sort out our bags before our afternoon flight to Jordan.
A part of this was attempting to send some of our mounting souvenirs and a few other bits and pieces home. Unfortunately the concierge had sold us down the river and the ...
... in case you are looking for a safe driver!). He dropped us off at the top of the street by the statue of father of modern Istanbul Ataturk and agreed to pick us up at midday.
We headed off through the carts of baked goods until we noticed a crazy guy yelling and miming slashing his chest. That didn't seem to be getting the attention he wanted and he punched a cart, took a piece ...
... there in the early afternoon and spent four hours in pretty much what would be described as a 'holding bay’ before they opened the gates at 6pm. We bought a Frisbee and a little ball and that killed about thirty minutes. My 20 Questions game also killed about six minutes. The rest was spent napping and swatting ants.
We finally got into ANZAC Cove at around 6:30pm, and our legendary work friend Sam had saved us ...
... part of Istanbul. This was Edie’s first time in the Muslim world and made for great people watching. About half the women wear a head-covering and a few wear a full body covering. On the crowded metro, a Turkish man who had lived briefly in Ohio started talking to us, and soon was answering our questions about Turkish politics. His take on the conservative Muslim government was that, although their social stances were too restrictive ...