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... when I come back home, its quite hysterical.
That's all for now! Easter yesterday was lovely. I went to mass (in Danish) with a friend and her parents and then we saw the changing of the guards, went to the museum in Amalienborg Palace, and ended the day with a delicious lunch. I had a salted salmon tartar sm°rrebro°d and the richest hot chocolate in the world (I had a slight stomach ache after). Next up is my weekend trip to Samso° Island.
... didn't stop them building a huge mosque. It was constructed from 1550 to 1558 and used blended Islamic and Byzantine architectural elements. From there we headed to the main attraction of the day - the Valens Aqueduct. It's a Roman ruin - I absolutely love Roman ruins; an aqueduct which was the major water-providing system of the Eastern Roman capital of Constantinople. Commenced by Roman Emperor Hadrian (of Hadrian's wall fame in the UK), it was significantly expanded by ...
We transferred to our cruise ship yesterday, - and our transfer to the Oceania Rivieria, turned out to be more dramatic than expected. Having been forewarned about Turkish taxi drivers, we had asked our hotel to organise a taxi for the short trip to our ship. Despite all our best efforts, we ended up with a real scoundrel who tried every trick in the book on us - ultimately unsuccessfully from his perspective. However, we had to ...
... By the time we got into the right queue, it was even longer than before. Literally winding back and forth more than ten times. And moving very very slowly. There were kids screaming, old people in the queue, etc but fortunately, both boys were in good spirits after having slept almost all of the last flight. A lot of other airports I've been through in the last few years with the kids have always given priority to families with babies and young children, the elderly, ...
... and we got to our hotel and we got our hotel keys and nobody raised an eyebrow. To be fair, Jessie had already phoned the hotel in advance to say it was just Julie and I due to her flight debacle.
We spent day one in Istanbul wondering the Grand Bazaar and checking out a few of their massive mosques in the centre of town. The Bazaar was impressive and at one stage we thought we’d never get out of there. We ended up ...