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... having someone with local knowledge and language........or am I just getting older and less adventurous ? The Grand Bazaar has become more commercial, geared for Tourists, it's lost it old " souk" feel...still good fun though. The Blue Mosque is still amazing, again very touristy though. Galatta Tower, Hagia Sophia are also must sees. A stroll ( with the hills and steps anything else is not possible!) around the local area revealed some great Antique shops and fantastic old marble ...
Today is when we have to sort things out. that means the hassle of getting stuff washed etc. It's too cold for the socks and grundies to dry and so take the stuff to Adam's Laundry up the road. Adam sells handicraft goods out the front and has the washing machines out the back. Next up, we have to start sorting out the next leg and it's a hassle. We were wondering if we could get a direct flight to Goa in India.....so we check the net and then do it the old ...
... could just follow him. So we did. And it definitely cut our transfer time in half as he navigated the transfer lines and then went straight to the business lounge on the other side of the airport. Which by the way, is definitely a First World Airport. And the Business Class Lounge is unlike anything I have ever seen before. It has a movie theater, open bars and expresso centers, salad buffets, fruit buffets, chef stations, and a grand piano to boot. The ...
... until 3 am. There were a lot fewer people in Beats though... someone was offering "free beer" but I didn't take any. Ann and I were dancing on a sofa and when we turned around pretty much the entire hostel was gone. Later in the night area cleared and I spoke to some of the locals. I think there was a contingent of gay pride people protesting as well... they had the rainbow flag and were hanging outside a gay club. Overall a fantastic finish to a truly epic day.
... simply wade out into the street and board our van. The other members of my group were not so fortunate, as they had to climb from table to table and, upon reaching the front door of the restaurant, gingerly make their way to the van over a plank temporarily run out from the door step to the van door. Not something you'd likely experience on the Denton Square after a good dinner! However, we still had a fine time and finished ...
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