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... 6th century). It holds 27 million gallons of water; clay pipes and aqueducts (some of which are still standing)completed the sophisticated water provision solution for the city. It was quite atmospheric and evokes a mood. They have small concerts in it as the acoustics are terrific. Also the fish in it are huge.
- Haghia Sophia completed 537 is a masterpiece of engineering, not surpassed for a ...
... in the square next to the mosque by the water for some guy called Hafiz Mustafa. Not sure who he was or what he did, but something about 150 years. There were fezes with his name etc....TONS of people, a stage set up with singing, whirling dervishes, people in Ottomon style costumes, and food carts. We decided to change our plans and stay to enjoy the celebration. ...
... bound passenger, a young lady. Did this train go to the north or south airport? It was the latter. This was not good news for me because I needed the north but the consolation was, there was a free connecting train between airports.
Thankfully, the train arrived as promised and my journey could continue almost as planned. It took only about twenty minutes to get to Gatwick South, then I had to find the connecting train, which turned out to be one of those unmanned shuttles. ...
... could reach our hotel. We checked in and went for a quick stroll around the block to pick up a few supplies and bottled water before heading to the hotel bar to wait for Taihape and Keiran. A few wines from the Cappadoccia region and efes beers later we finally met up with Taihape and Keiran for a few more. It was so nice to finally see some friends from home.
At 7pm we met up with the other five travelers on our tour and our guide to find out about our itinerary for ...
... efforts to persuade others to come with me in search of a club I couldn't find any takers. So before long I found myself rather aimlessly roaming the streets of Istanbul in search of somewhere else to go. Somehow I ended up in a side street off Taksim Square in the dark and I started running, running like mad, running for no other reason than that I was completely lost in an unfamiliar city and everything all around me was dark. I probably looked ridiculous at this point. Part of ...