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museum pass so that we wouldn’t have to queue for anything, however that took a
while, there was only a small queue but the staff were so slow it was
ridiculous. When we finally got Dad’s card we went into the Hagia Sofia, Dad
brought his cool camera and took lots of nice photos. Next we went to the Blue
Mosque, then the Basilica Cistern. In the afternoon we went to the Grand
Bazaar, we had to go there that day as the ...
... and was perfectly prepared, served and presented. Jumping forward we had the same experience on the return flight five days hence. In all we give Turkish Airlines a Five Star tick of approval.
Istanbul's Ataturk International Airport, one of two airports in Istanbul, was surprisingly large, incredibly busy, modern and efficient. We had read on Trip Advisor reports of chaos, long lines, delays and ...
... Wrap: Turkey, where East meets West, Europe meets Middle East/Asia, Port meets Starboard. What I envisaged of Istanbul Turkey to be is so far off the mark. I pictured Istanbul to be very "Bahrainian"-dry, dusty and sandy. Where to me its more Chapel St Melbourne with its tram and vibrancy, meeting Canberra's clean cut image and climate. The difference is for this old city is that it has a rich culture and history on its side. From the Hundred ...
... selling maps and guidebooks", so it is quite easy to say no to him. This guy followed Jason and me for almost one mile yapping in our ears. He even went as far as to snatch my Rick Steeves guidebook out of my hand and replace it with his piece of **** book that was marked up about 500% of its true value. That's when the horns came out of my head. My eyes became beady and red. Nobody touches my book of cheats. He refused to give me my book and held it up high over his head in a "na na na ...
... It is stunning. Some of the original artwork has been uncovered and the interior is a combination of Christian and Muslim artifacts. We then had lunch at a local outdoor cafe where we were introduced to Turkish pizza. Next stop was another famous tourist stop, the Blue Mosque. This spectacular building was made in 1606 and has the huge domed Mosque and 6 tall adjoining towers called minarets. The ...