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... the provinces.
OK. Rugs, area rugs, hall runners (UH OH)…it continues. Perry now wants to see More Hall Runners. Some too long, some too short…not special enough….and so it goes…UNTIL….OH. Perry sees one he’s hooked on, and he wants to see more like it. We move into another room…time for the new bait to come in…but Dura tells us he needs more space. So, we move. UH OH. ...
... and ornately painted domed ceilings...so exquisite! Hard to capture in photos. We also went underground to look at a mosaic walkway and later a huge cistern. This city is full of wonders. Istanbul...Constantinople...Byzantium whatever name it has had...what an amazing history! Today is the first day of Ramazan (Ramadan)...big preparations have been underway this ...
... our lifetime. It has barely been a year since he last was here and the population has further exploded. The changing demographic with the influx of Iraqi and Syrian refugees- predominantly Kurdish is ever visible representing the majority of the new restaurant and food stall start ups, which previously was quite rare in western Turkey.
I head further into the old city shimmying through cobblestone back lanes to the Grand ...
... school for 6 years to do this. He took classes in history, religion, and literature. He was certainly very knowledgeable. The day was cold and it rained in the evening but we thoroughly enjoyed the tour. We had a couple from Canada, two women from Brazil and a man from Seattle. One of the things I enjoy about traveling is meeting people from all over the world. We had a little banter with the Brazilians about how Argentina ...
... 8221;. No easy solution. In the morning, I walked out of my hotel to discover I was in an electronics neighborhood with dozens of repair shops. Rather than try to solve the problem myself. I gave the computer to Viking Service and, after a quick look, they pulled the hard-drive and tested it. They didn't know what caused the problem but said for 80TL ($36), they would recover the data and re-install Windows for me. If the hard-drive was bad, ...