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... flat bread with USA spelled out in black sesame seeds.
We visited the Mustafa Kemal Attaturk memorial. There was a deal where we were all supposed to get off the bus, enter the turnstile with our ticket, and get back on the bus. Seljuk said he would tell them we are all elderly and see if they would let us skip that, and they did. Then when were at the memorial, he realized it was the changing of the guard, and we all ran up the stairs to see it, all of ...
Yesterday I ventured into the city centre for the first time. It is chaotic, and according to a turkish friend I met yesterday, this is the quiet time of the year and in the next few weeks it will get even more chaotic as all of the students come back. I tried to get my new phone registered with my turkish sim card as the turkish government require all sim cards to be registered to one phone only. However the government recently changed the system so it ...
... when Roman Emperor Constantine the Great made it the capital of the Eastern Roman Empire. The name finally changed to Istanbul when Mustafa Kemal Ataturk (the first President of Turkey) proclaimed the Republic in 1923. To ensure the usage of the new name, Turkish authorities resent all mail and packages that were sent to its previous names.
5. When the city ...
... the removal of Greece of Turkey), social movements, such as an improvement in public education, as well as even a champion for women's rights stating that: "Everything in the world is the creative work of women". It was beautiful homage to their most revered leader and it was a great way to actually see a bit of Ankara. We grabbed some lunch afterwards and are now gearing up to grab dinner and go to the local pub to relax for the night!
... exhibits of gold, silver, marble and bronze works dated back as far as 100 BC. Michel not much of a museum fan, followed me around.
Outside the museum, a Turkish local man sold big round bagels. Since Daghan told us that we had a long ride ahead of us, two bagels were purchased, one for Michel and one for me! So now, Michel couldn’t say ...
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