Celal Aga Konagi Hotel
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... weren't in the right frame of mind or even prepared to be there. The salesmen are ruthless. I can usually handle myself pretty well but I think the combination of being tired and coming from a very friendly country led to us getting sucked in by too many of them. They'd start with something like, "Where are you from?" and we just sort of felt like we had to answer. Once you do that, you're done for. They walk alongside you and just keep pushing you to go to ...
... like there is a restaurant of some sort every where you turn. And they all want you to eat at their place! So we definitely won't have ANY trouble finding a place to eat! We decided to eat "light" and headed out to find this famous "meatball" joint that our good friend Rick recommended. They have two meat entrees and two salads on their menu. But it was ...
... a box and she said to go to the desk next to me to buy the box and then come back and we'd finish. So I went, bought the box and when I went back they had continued through the numbers and I was no longer being helped. I pulled another number, realized it would take another hour or two and gave up. So, feeling defeated I walked back to the hotel, only got whistled at once (I was hoping it was Logan but I didn't hear my name so I knew it was just a ...
... however the plaster had turned it to stone.. I seen the largest diamond that I will ever see! It was in the topkopi palace! it was 86 carart. It was found in the rubbish dump and sold to a man for three spoons! when the ruler heard about this find he demanded he had it! it now sits in his place museum! This ruler by the way had 5 wife's and 100 concubines , these are sex ladies.. The concubines are looked after by ...
... blue; traditionally made of quartz. The last visit was to the royal treasury where we saw more jewels than every before, including an 86 carat diamond.
Next visit is the Grand Covered Bazaar, built in 1461 and in service every since. It contains 3,500 shops and employs more than 20,000 people under one roof. Since G and I have already made an investment in Turkish rugs, we politely decline the offer of tea and ...