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... we went inside with Philip and Anna.Inside was actually under cover although we had not known that in advance. We did know that it has 4000m shops and the better deals are further inside, although how you know if you are well inside we never worked out as we eventually got to a different entrance. We just wandered relatively unhassled although we were approached any time we lingered or showed any interest.
I was prepared to leave without a purchase as I don't like bargaining, but ...
What a day - a bit of a culture shock for the uninitiated. Istanbul - so beautiful and serene from the water as we glided in. The many mosques punctuating the skyline - the place looked like a sleeping jewel waiting to come to life. The reality of course is that once onshore all the lunacy and madness come to the fore. The foodies amongst us went off for their tour and we remaining few decided to do a hop ...
... ZERRIN, Lynn's old friend. It was very enjoyable time and way too short.
DAY 39 – April 20, 2015
Cruising The Bosporus
Then we cruised the BOSPORUS on our way to the Black Sea. There are beautiful coves and waterfront suburbs along the foreshores that show how cosmopolitan Istanbul is and the wealth of some of its ...
... with 91,250,000 annual visitors. We started looking around the jewellery area and I bought a bracelet. We wove our self into the market and did a lot of looking around. We walked back and stopped at a coffee shop I had a iced coffee. For supper we had pasta with meat sauce. Later we went out for a night walk it was cool to see the street all lit ...
... morning food walking tour, however due to some no-shows, the organisers asked me kindly if I would like to change to 4pm.....I agreed and that left me with a day of walking around the city. I wanted to check out Suleymaniye Mosque...I knew it was up on a hill behind the Grand Bazaar....but had no idea how to get there.....so I just walked in the general direction, got lost a few times, found some random streets where I was the only tourist amongst a LOT of turkish men ...