Celal Aga Konagi Hotel
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... a taxi stand, Evie and Tyler were adoring a tiny cat (there are dozens of them everywhere) and befriended the man who cares for them. He gave them cat food for the cat and 2 free candy bars for themselves. We all managed to stay up until almost 11pm doing our best to overcome the jet lag. Tom claimed that he was going to wake up at 4am to watch the Warriors game, but that remains to be seen. All in all, a very smooth and successful travel ...
Lunchtime flight on Turkish Airlines to Istanbul. Bit worried at the airport when they said we should have a prearranged visa to stop in Turkey. We'd not thought about that but it seems we can obtain one on arrival. Settled down on the aeroplane with a glass of fresh orange and a cube of Turkish delight. Food really good again although cold spinach and yoghurt not ...
... best kofteh place in a country filled to the brim with kofteh places. For those uninitiated to Turkish food, kofteh is a blend of ground lamb and ground beef and Turkish spices, grilled and served with hot peppers, fresh bread, chopped parsley and tomato salad with lemon, and some other treats. Sultanahmet Kofteh, around the corner from everywhere—Topkapi Palace, Hagia Sophia, the Blue Mosque, the Hippodrome and Egyptian obelisk, the Roman underground cisterns, ...
... them farewell as they headed for Italy. Although we frequently avoid the iconic tourist destinations in our travels, no Eiffel Tower in Paris, no gondolas in Venice, we found our first stop to be the Grand Bazaar, perhaps the most famous shopping venue on the planet. Significantly more upscale than we anticipated, we escaped without a purchase.
On the way to our ...
... changed Byzantium to Constantinople, and moved the seat of the Roman Empire here. Now it’s time for Justinian to make his mark and build a church that will rival Solomon’s temple and will last forever. What’s more, he’ll use columns and marble pillaged from the most famous archaeological sites in his empire in strategic parts of the building.
Roll on a couple of hundred years. Rome is gone, the crusaders have won and ...