Hotel Sultan Hill
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... a snakes head when erected in the 5th century BC, but only 5m of the bottom remain.
As we headed for the Hagia Sophia we also saw a fountain which we heard called the Kaiser Fountain while a plaque said it was the German Fountain. It was gifted to the city in 1901 to mark the visit of Kaiser Wilheim II.
The Hagia Sofya is a museum so we did have to pay for admission. We also chatted to a couple from North Carolina while queueing. They were concerned ...
... balcony downstairs and an early night, as tomorrow we are being collected at 5am for our flight to Cappadocia.
I've decided to leave my computer here in Istanbul, so I'll be offline for the next few days. You will no doubt go into Ed blog deficit but fear not, your correspondent will report all again on Thursday.
See 'ya then!
... Our guide advised we had visited on a quite day, and there was still a lot of people there. I'd hate to see it busy! After departing the main site it was another Turkish smorgasbord lunch with a selection of eggplant cooked as many ways as you could imagine. Then there was a visit to what they call the Virgin Mary's house . We had to travel about 5 km up the side of a hill where we found this stone cottage in a lush green mountainous nook. Apparently it ...
... short men, methinks.
Emma has been looking at brightly coloured glass lamps, but in the end settled for candle holders, as any sort of glassware is going to be difficult to get home, and these will probably be more versatile. She's also a big "candle girl".
It's looking like fewer and fewer frypans will be coming back to New Zealand with us. Emma has some friends who are returning to NZ, and wanted ...
... decided to take a cab back to the other side - but all taxis seemed to have evaporated! We continued down the the river and saw the traffic back to the other side was at a standstill - at 7pm on Sunday night! So we chose to walk a little along the edge of the Bosphorus. Alex had got a second wind and the children were in great spirits running and laughing as we made our way back towards the Galatea Bridge. There was a cold breeze, but it was a pretty ...