Four Seasons Istanbul at the Bosphorus
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... decided we'd had enough! You could pay extra to go into the harem which would have been interesting, but we were over it by then!
We had lunch at Balkan Lokantasi, which is like a local cafeteria or ‘tradesmen’s restaurant). A pile of pre-made home-style dishes sit on a counter, and you point at what you want. It was tasty and so cheap.
We walked through I'm sure was only a tiny portion of the Grand bazaar with its 21 gates, 17 inns, 66 streets, 4000 ...
... leaned over and asked what was good. We ended up chatting with her through most of the meal. She was joining a Rick Steves tour group the next day (organized by his company, he wasn't going to be there). She traveled there by herself and had been out and about in the city for the day seeing the things not on the tour. Good for her!
We eventually said good night and headed back to our hotel. As we got closer we heard some music and assumed that the guys ...
... chronology of the cities history, from roman times to he modern day and is a real credit to the strength of Ataturk's vision for a secular star, which against all odds has survived almost 100 years. Topkapi Palace was the primary residence of the ottoman sultans for almost 400 years commanding a prime position overlooking the golden horn and the Bosporus. At is peak the palace was home to over 4000 people and is a huge sprawling collection ...
... the palace has been retained and we can see what life would have been like. They showed where the eunuchs and guards lived, the school for the crown princes, the courtesans area, and the rooms for the mother of the sultan who was very powerful.
We were ready to leave at 4.30pm, it had been a long day, and it was a long evening after dinner because we had to sort out bags for the next day, fit Pete’s new stuff into my bag etc etc. Can’t wait to get his ...
... for $1.81/lb as well as fresh peaches and red grapes. Later on, I bought small green grapes at a different market, but they are sour enough that Uncle Albert would only eat two. The grape I tried at the store was not quite a representative sampling.
After a search for the behind-schedule Tango group, we all boarded the ferry and took our positions around the perimeter of the second deck. Everyone squeezed together for a group picture and then ...