Green Anka Hotel
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... contrasted by the new modern bridge containing paths for those walking and biking, the metro, and cars. As much as I love history it is always neat to see it against all our new technologies to see how far we have come from laying stone to building electric train lines. So with that I left the old behind and walked into the new. The views from the bridge were rich with buildings, boats, and of course the plethora of mosques. The first of which on my list was ...
... the furnishings are quite something. Everything is on a grand scale, with every square cm of wall, floor and ceiling in the public rooms being lavishly decorated. The candelabras and chandeliers are the biggest and the most numerous that we'd ever seen. We got the impression - almost certainly true - that all the royals of those times - be they Hapsburgs, Romanovs, Bourbons or whoever - worked on the "Mine is bigger than yours" principle of trying to outdo ...
... the man was able to perform magic tricks with the ice-cream he was selling. It was very amusing. We had a Kebab for lunch (Adam, yours are better) then we walked back to the hostel as I needed to prepare for my Turkish Cooking lesson! There were seven of us at the cooking lesson and an extra four for dinner (Nathan being one of them). It was a blast! We made hot yogurt mint soup as an appetiser, zucchini patties, green runner beans ...
Istanbul... The Wonders Of... A very full day in Istanbul, the Mosques and Minarets visible, on the skyline,well before we docked,in amongst the rush of ferries coming and going with the morning traffic..Dozens cross the Bosporus with commuters to the city.The Bosporus divides the city and leads up to the Black Sea, so shipping passing all the time as well,and its quite narrow in one place where one of the Bridges cross. We had a full day excursion and that was mostly in the Old ...
... and the Blue Mosque as the sun set, and my final evening walk lingered in front of such a monumental edifice built to house Christian worship. I'm surprised at how difficult it is to leave here after just a few days. I would love to return, but for now my path lies east towards Turkey's interior region of Cappadocia. My plying the azure waters will now have to wait until Patmos. God's amazing Grace to everyone kind enough to take a moment and travel with ...