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... Guess what the family does. . . .yup, they are selling Turkish carpets. Now we are down in their basement, captive, but with a lovely cup of apple tea! The uncle comes in and our new friend turns us over to him for the "sell." Judy actually wants to by a tapestry for a friend and the demonstration and talk about the carpets is very interesting. But, there is no way that I'm carrying a carpet around for the next 2 months!! Judy finally finds ...
MILLY!!!!! ; Today we did many things. First we wandered down and went on a Bosphorus tour, which was about 2.5 hours. Wow, what a view. There were mosques, a palace, a university, markets galore, everything! Then we went to lunch at a place called Medusa's house. I was surprised to see that there were none of the famous snake haired ladies to be seen. It was not until I needed to use the ...
... first part of our 'leisurely' day was spent navigating the old back streets of Galatasaray (yes, of football fame) as we worked our way past the blockades. Taxim square is unusual in that it is very long... and has a lot of roads leading to it. It was probably a sledgehammer to crack a nut, but the police outnumbered the potential marchers by about a hundred to one and the few times we saw them giving chase they ...
... hill that towers over this last harbor before the Black Sea. We had befriended another American at our hostel, Hank, and the three of us had all taken the ferry together. We climbed to the ruins when the ferry docked, although the fortress is unfortunately in poor condition and closed to the public (which seems like such a shame considering how many tourists spend three hours at this harbor every day, waiting for the ferry to leave for its return to Istanbul). ...
... fresh water for the city. This is a 1700 year old water system that the Turkish used. When I went down into the system underground it was dark at first but then as I continued to walk down and looked towards the water I could see the pillars that hold the system together (from the lights that were added in the water). It looked sweet. As we continued our path and came to the end of the system there were to giant pillars that both had the head of Medusa. On one pillar the head ...
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