The Central Palace Hotel
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... Kemal, later known as Ataturk (meaning father of turkey), that ill link to the blog that is well worth a look. Anyway, ill post some cool photos with some comments to explain more, but I'm sure most of you reading this know the story all too well. Its a place where many Anzacs and Turks died, but it's a place that drastically changed both our countries still to this day. I will say though that if ever your in the area it's a must too see, I felt really patriotic and ...
... a few last minute things before I left, then I got on a marshut’ka and went to my friend’s village for the rest of the day.
He showed me his school and introduced me to a bunch of his students before meeting up with a baseball club he had started - so I got to join in on that - then someone brought out a volleyball and we switched to that for half an hour. It was a lot of fun. I couldn’t speak much to anyone, but Kyle’s Georgian ...
... harem uit de sprookjes van 1000 en een nacht. Zo begrijpen we na afloop een beetje hoe sultans en hun hofhouding eruit hebben gezien en aan alle schatten die daar tentoongesteld zijn leren we hoe rijk zij zijn geweest. Jammer dat we van alle mooie sieraden en kleding geen foto's mogen maken. Op de terugweg lopen we langs de Hagia Sophia die we morgen zullen bekijken!
... same foods. A bus came by the hostel to pick us up and drop us at a meeting point for a larger tour bus. Toured the plaza outside the Roman hippodrome and the Blue Mosque where the snake sculpture and Egyptian obelisks are. The temp. was near freezing and we were all very cold despite being bundled up. The tour guide was under a lot of pressure to keep the tour moving becuase he had to present all information twice, once in English and then in German. The ...
... Cistern, a huge underground water storage facility to keep water from the aqueducts, with the ceiling supported by an impressive and solemn collection of columns. We decided to see it first and then head over to the Topkapi Palace because the Cistern closed at 4pm, and according to our guidebook, the Palace was open until 7pm.
So after the cistern, we headed back across the street to the palace gate. On our way up to ...
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