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... Asian side, is called the Maramray, which brings to mind 'Thunderbirds' images whenever I see the signs! Ferry tickets were no drama, but the trip to the Istanbul train station was wonderful because of the Orient Express links. Fortunately the train itself wasn't there, or I would have been tempted to give them a credit card and get on. But they had a lovely little museum and the station itself is like a cathedral with stain glass windows and lovely ...
... stretch of material to wrap around her shoulders. Shoes have to be removed and placed inside a plastic bag which you then have to carry around with you. Between trying to hold the shoulder scarf in place and carry a bag of shoes, it makes it difficult to snap away with the camera.
Was well worth the effort, though. Stunning interior with an enormous dome and exquisite interior design. This is a practicing mosque and the the main body is roped off ...
... identified and heat of packed bodies.
Back to insanity we made our way to most likely the most famous building in Istanbul-the Blue Mosque. We slowly walked through this impressive building trying to take in its magnificence.
This was one of the reasons I wanted to come to Istanbul. It always amazes me how men without JCBs and Caterpillar tractors achieve such a conquest.
The weather in Istanbul was quite cold for the time ...
Oh, can it be?? Today is the last day of our scheduled sightseeing during our wonderful tour of Turkey. Before telling you about today's sites, here's a story about last night's farewell dinner.
Our group went to a very tasty fish restaurant for our farewell dinner. Great food, great wine and lots of fun. Afterwards we straggled back to our bus.
You know how sometimes you just get an odd feeling about someone? I ...
... Lokumcusu's Baklava that we picked up after being tempted by their window display. We passed on the Turkish Delight.
Had we docked where we were told we were docking, our morning would have moved a little quicker, but the captain changed our plans. He docked almost a mile further away than what we were told, and being this was our first time here, we didn't know until we made it to the tram and saw the map. Had we known we would have left the ship before ...