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... we revisited it. The tile work is very beautiful, in many shades of blue. Wandering back to the ship we walked through the outer garden of the Topkapi palace. Filled with garden beds of flowering plants we joined locals in strolling through the gardens, enjoying the coolness under the large trees. We had had a long day and were pretty tired when we got back to the ship so we decided to g for pizzas instead of the more formal dining room. John and Helen joined ...
... a little tricky, but all in all it's not bad. When we took the tram back up we thought we'd eat lunch on the water before the 2:30 boat. We went to Galata bridge which is lined with restaurants underneath, but it's mainly fish and that didn't sound like a great idea before a boat. As we were walking around we saw street carts selling corn, which are everywhere here. We didn't end up getting any in SPB so we thought we'd try some here since we see everyone eating them. Two bites ...
... Very cool vibes. Vowing to return, we continued back to hostel.
That night our hostel had arranged a fish BBQ and DJ on the rooftop bar, so we headed up for dinner. Although it was our second seafood meal of the day, the fish was amazing so we didn’t mind. We stayed up listening to the DJ Da Dude, who had named himself after the character from the Big Lebowski, before finishing our drinks and heading to ...
... location and the natural resources it possesses it likely to play an increasingly important role in world events. The reading we did in advance only confirmed our complete ignorance of the area. Over the centuries it seems that one marauding horde after another passed through the region.
Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan are two of the "Stans" that became part of the Soviet Union in the early part of ...
... through the side gate to the Hippodrome. What is that you might ask. No, it is not a building for hippopotimus. It was a paved outdoor stadium to running charriot races, or having jousting duels etc. There was a talk obilisque at one end (which at one time was gold coated) indicating the end of the course, another very large marble obilisque in the middle, made by the Romans and shipped to Istanbul, made of solid marble (40 tonnes of it). ...