Golden Age Hotel
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... soon we were heading over the Bosphorus Bridge,5 lanes either side of charging traffic all wanting to be in the lead,abit like Whacky Races,however it is something I have always wanted to do,so it was well worth it,truly magnificent! Our hotel was situated in Sultanhamet right in the city centre,it was 3 pm,and red hot,and the traffic was just about grid locked,we were climbing this ...
... agreed with Steve that they would be just too hard to bring home in one piece. The stall traders are so polite and although they try to sell to you, if you say no they accept it. We had Turkish delight to sample ( nothing like Cadbury's believe me), pomegranate tea and bought both - delicious!!! We bought spices for the boys, and saffron from Iran as apparently it is the best. We sat down for Turkish coffee as hey in Turkey ......! Yuk! It was like drinking grainy syrup and so strong. ...
We had another visit to the Grand Bazaar yesterday. In preparation for our cruise on a Turkish Gullet (more on that later), we needed to buy beach towels. Turkey is the place to buy them; they are made of cotton or bamboo or a mixture of both. We bought the bamboo as they are beautifully soft. They're also large but lightweight and don't take up much space. They can also double as a sarong, lightweight blankie and anything else you can think of :-)
... his country during World War I, and finally managed to argue his way into the United States at Ellis Island after he was initially turned away for failing the medical examination. My grandfather's history captured my imagination and respect from a very young age, and I knew I wanted to see where he came from someday. We landed at 5:30 a.m. on March 29 after flying from Livingstone to Johannesburg to Istanbul. We were very happy to learn that we could check into ...
... a kind host. He explained all the different icons in the church, including some bones of past saints that were in fancy coffins. After the tour Dr. Breitenberg informed us that we had met the Patriarch of Constantinople during the service. He is one of the highest religious figures in the world and was a small old man with a long white beard. He had greeted us after the service and we all simply thought he was just another priest ...