Blue World Hotel
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... a VERY important lesson on Apple maps you have to press AND HOLD the locate button to have the map correctly orient. I found myself believing that going straight on a road would lead us to our destination...which proved to be a false assumption by a mile. Later on the cruise ship Weston's sense of direction proved to be no better than Siri's. After dinner he was jumping up and down with the urgency of needing to use the ...
... the nick of time, so we didn't miss our bus back to the hotel. Istanbul is slowly growing on me but I'm not sure I can say the same for JY - and as you know, it's no use asking him. He's way beyond it right now. Another room service dinner to save time and energy so we're ready for tomorrow's punishing agenda. Another Day in Istanbul My excitement yesterday was nothing compared with my expectations for today. Sue advised me we were starting with The Blue Mosque and if that ...
... the old materials. In Sultanahmet Gradens, imams have posted a strong argument that all "prophets" are different aspects of the one God, including a genealogical diagram showing that Jesus and Mohammed were related.
The call to prayer is just going out from three mosques around us, and each has a different calling and singing style. A local woman died yesterday, so today's calls were poignant. ...
... entertain, as well as a comedian, and two groups of dancers. It really was a great show and once again one of our group ended up on stage - it was Curtis this time who had to sing with the comedian and he did us proud.
We had a lovely meal though I only remembered to take photos of some of the courses so haven't bothered including them here - but we had vegetables in dressing to start, then zucchini stuffed with cheese and some ...
... impressed ... but as it's been mentioned on numerous occasions on the trip ...."it's all part of the experience!" An early night .... again .... though the cards have come out. An update at the end of the blog. We have been keen to try the traditional Croatian meal called the "Peka". We have found a Kobona (restaurant) close by which offers the iron bell way of cooking. It involves the cooking of lamb/veal on the open fire grill under an iron dome shaped lid. It's slow cooked so ...