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... to admire delicate silver ware in window got swamped ended up in shop what an experience. Amanda never step out of hotel ever by yourself too dangerous too scary. Only got about 40 metres in had enough walked out still being hounded. While waiting at designated gathering point were hassled by ugly toothless men selling mats for 10 euro. Whole bus party back early as all had enough most people hated the experience. Thankfully went ...
This morning we again walked to the touring bus but this time went on the blue route. Our first stop was St. Stephens church, it took ages to locate it and when we did it was in the process of being restored so covered in scaffolding and no entry - what a fizzer! We had a little stroll along the waters edge before re-boarding for the next stop which was the cable car. This cable car ascends a hill and the hillside is a cemetery, at the top there are ...
We started today with breakfast on Route 39 where we were staying. I ordered Turkish ravioli and Lily a Turkish breakfast. The ravioli were tasty and came with a kind of yoghurt sauce, which once seasoned, and despite appearances, actually tasted pretty decent.
It was a Sunday today so we decided to head to a market we'd heard about. We walked up to Taksim square information office and were redirected to the bus terminal. Taksim square was the scene of ...
... one of the great cities of the world. People have been living here since 700 BC and now is home to more than 17 million folks, including over a million recent refugees from Syria. The various names of the city reflect its history. The first settlers were Greek and the French later coined the name Byzantium after the Greek Byzas. At the time it was simply known as "the city." In the fourth century AD (330 AD to be precise), Constantine moved the capital ...
... first and made me feel very isolated. But, there may have been numerous reasons for their behaviour and all I could do was wait for the next positive experience, which was never far away. Istanbul can be a tourist trap at times, charging euros to use the toilet, or surcharges when eating out. Also, watch your step, there is unfinished construction everywhere. As you walk the streets there are cats and dogs everywhere, even in packs! The ...