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... a place (read small palace) for his mistress, confirming that being bad can be really good for you!
We walked and talked with them, their nice neighbour and some delightful friends visiting from Romania. All lovely, relaxed and in the cool breezes, I did not look like my usual drowned rat when we returned home ...
... upside of our delay was that it allowed me to get over motion sickness and a migraine that I suffered from on our long flight. We also arrived in Istanbul to a fairly quiet airport and very little traffic on the way to the hotel. We had heard that the airport was quite chaotic and the traffic horrific, so that was a pleasant surprise. Although it was after midnight, there were still many families and friends hanging out in the parks and streets. Our hotel is very nice and ...
... is a beast!
The city of Istanbul is really interesting though, for one the traffic is insane, people beeping horns left right and centre, not to be ***** but basically as a warning shot to say hey I'm coming up the side watch out! But some of the time just to say **** you I guess. I mean there are 16 million people in the city, 0 organisation on the roads, cars just dart in and out at there own discretion, just crazy.
Also the crazy amount ...
... or night, but the bus trip from the airport which took over 2.5 hours seemed decidedly long and slow. This wasn’t helped by the fact that there was a group of drunk Americans sitting on the back seat behind us, one of whom threw up everywhere about half way into town, and then complained that he needed to pee for the rest of the way!
After our schlep of a vomit stinky bus ride and checking into our hotel, then dodging all the touts on the main tourist restaurant/bar ...
... crowns as worn by the Sultans or their wives. What we found most amusing though was the relic of a pot labelled Abrahams saucepan in the middle of all this opulence! How his saucepan ended up here is incomprehensible. From the Palace we were able to walk over to the Hagia Sofia Mosque built by the Ottoman emperor Suleyman the Magnificent in 15th century which is a masterpiece of architecture, having an enormous dome and minarets that are visible on the ...