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... taksim square, the first thing we saw was a luscious drippy donair spit. and then we saw another one. we met with our nice airbnb host and settled into our funky apartment in the new hipster neighbourhood of Istanbul. and then we proceeded to eat, walk around, and oh ya, check out a little turkish culture. I knew right away that this was a city for me. it is an "and" place. (and, of course, by and I mean kevin and me). you can have a 200 year old fantastic building and ...
... Medusa head sculptures forming the bottoms of a couple of the columns, these have been rotated and inverted in an apparent attempt to remove any of their mythical power. A few theories exist for the presence of the heads however the most likely of them all is that they needed a certain size block to lift the column to the correct height and the Romans being pretty good recyclers used these heads.
Enough of our underground experience we once again sought the daylight ...
... calligraphic manuscripts and murals, as well as a display of Ottoman treasures and jewellery. Many in the group would like to have the items on display in their own house. To ensure there is no wastage broken plates and bowls were put back together with copper staples at the back. Blue Mosque Due to the morning crowds which would have seen us queuing for 2 hours we decided to come back in the afternoon after some cruise boats left Istanbul. MOSQUE the grand project of Sultan ...
... to Nanette I might just nip around the corner to look for a can of coke. Not funny apparently. Anyway, thanks to the choice enigma mentioned earlier, we escape relatively unscathed.
Now we just have lunch cruising the Bosphorus, a visit to the Topkapi Palace where the Ottomans sat and ruled the world from Vienna to Morocco for a few hundred years, then an hour or so at the incredible Blue Mosque and we’re done for the day. When we ...
This was my last day in Istanbul and the end of my two month voyage. My flight was 2.45pm so I had plenty of time to get to the airport. Some light drizzle had started last night and now I could hear it coming down heavy as I woke up
Also yesterday I was moved from my room to a corner room for a group booking. After 9pm when I was in my room a large group showed up ...