The Central Palace Hotel
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... gauntlet again, but a different street. It was no better than the first attempt. However, we managed to make it through the Friday afternoon crowd to get to the Cistern. If I hated crowds before Istanbul, I definitely without a doubt could do without them now. We were going to shop in Istanbul, but that changed quickly. We did fill that belly dancing outfit request for you Dr. Connelly, so expect FedEx at your door next week. Your patients ...
... can't read Turkish and they do not have English sub titles. Can you believe it? The other day I bought what I thought was cream cheese but it ended up being a chemical ridden spread of some kind. It went right in the garbage and I used the container for another thing to store left overs in. The choices are very limited. I can't find a red onion for the life of me. They have lots of tomatoes, cucumbers, and olives. This is good because Max and I love these. ...
... lots of rain and dodgy looking people.
The second day in Istanbul we went out to explore the city again. Just started walking down the shop street as it started raining again. We decided to buy an umbrella, since the weather didnīt seem to improve too much. Soaked and with cold feet we found a very nice tea place in a side road with chairs outside under a roof with heating lamps on it. Sat down for a tea to warm up a bit. ...
two leisurely days at sea, I'm confused by all the difference Seas we
are passing through – Ionian, Aegean, Marmara, Bosphorus Strait,
Canakkale Strait (Dardenelles Strait) – and have to keep looking at
the map. The weather has continued to be magnificent.
I woke up early on Thursday morning to catch our arrival into
Istanbul while the day was breaking. The harbour is like an
amphitheatre with buildings covering ...
... since it served as the inspiration for Cinderella's castle in Walt Disney World. Surprisingly, there are no photos or paintings inside the religious mosque because Islams do not believe in worshiping an idol. Instead, over 20,000 blue tiles line the walls with both Islam and Turkish calligraphy. Gorgeous. The mosque is still used today during call of prayer (5 times a day) which can be heard throughout the area via the speaker ...