Romantic Hotel Istanbul
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... shoes and entered the Mosque. A number of visitors were required to wear a serape around them to cover their knees. The interior was significantly impressive but did not yield the "blue" colors that I was expecting. Yes, there was an abundance of blue tiles, but the spectacular mosaics were multi colored and provided an visual experience different than I had conjured in my mind. Having said that, the mosque was a grandiose portrayal of the commitment to Muslim religious ...
Our last day in Turkey! We had a late breakfast and then Mustafa drive us downtown for a day of shopping. Mehmet led us to the entrance of Istanbul's famous shopping area- the Grand Bazaar. Built in 1461, This chaotic labyrinth is in the heart of the old city and has been for centuries. With over 4000 shops and miles of lanes and alleys, the bazaar is a covered world selling everything from ...
... to be done so I thought what the hell. It's here or Greece, and at least in Turkey my hair would have a week to grow if I hated it before Maren's wedding. The haircut ended up being good. There was a lot of sign language involved but in the end we were both happy. That is until she styled my hair. Lol. As some of you know I am not all about the poof. Well, she made me all about the poof. I'm not talking a bit of volume here, i'm talking insane amounts of ...
... were six of us: a state department Korean American, a surgical resident in D.C., a Kazakh Korean, her French-Basque boyfriend, and Martin and I. It was fantastic. We enjoyed much supervision in churning out all sorts of deliciousness. Surely this is one of the best activities to enjoy (everywhere).
五个: Before arriving in Istanbul we had started to hear about Sarai Sierra, a New ...
... history whatsoever to the battle that was fought there in 1915. But it was the way we fought this battle that defined Australia as a nation, and in a small way that attitude defined a bit of who I am today. I’ve always been patriotic, but this tour really reinforced that, and showed me why every Australian should be proud of their nation.
Not a great deal happened in Çanakkale, although I of course met several other Australians. I also met a couple ...