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- Continental Breakfast
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... place to eat, his whole attitude changed. He was very willing to tell me about a place down the street with really good kebabs AND it was inexpensive (sort of.. :D).
After I finished my lunch of recommended kebabs, I went to the area of the Blue Mosque and found a cafe that also had Turkish Delight, a must when in Turkey. :D The guy walked me through the different flavors of Turkish Delight and how much 200g came out to be. After we sorted out what flavors I ...
... was crammed with people walking who knows where! It was amazing and exciting. Once back at the hotel, we now found ourselves in interconnecting rooms so I unpacked the kids properly- for the first time in days - and found a few clean tops! Yay! So we are now organised and all that is left is for me to do another load of underwear washing, write 2 birthday (post)cards, and help Ben blow up the balloons. It will be the last time I have nine year olds sleeping on my ...
... because I had only 1.75 Turkish Lira left.
It was finally 1:15 PM before wheels up so I reconciled myself to missing my connecting flight. Two movies later of which I would recommend one, The Railway Man, based on a true story of incredible pain and ultimate forgiveness. It is truly mind boggling what some prisoners of war endured in the wars of the 20th century and a man's ability to forgive his tormentors decades later.
While I'm in the mood ...
... 36 days since we left. We walked over to Karakoy and took the "Tunel" venicular to the top of the hill at Sishane and our hotel. We took another stroll along Iskele Caddesi before turning in.
May 9, 2014
Istanbul in the rain
Moved to Otel Oz Yusuf near Topkapi (23rd Gate) (near airport metro connection)
45 Euro ($61.40) Double, including breakfast
Our last day in Turkey, it rained all ...
... for the full story on this place! Enough stories to fill many, many books...
This amazing visit of the Hagia Sofia was followed by a quick pass by a few more Istanbul landmarks. The Blue Mosque was already closed to tourists for evening prayer time (more tomorrow - and yes, it's blue on the inside, not the outside). The cistern is massive and held all the water the city needed....almost 1500 years old, too.