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... one hour. My time at this site was seven hours – the place
was to fascinating. In some areas photography was prohibited: the
treasury where the famous Topkapi dagger is on display, the armory,
and the hall of holy relics where all women had to wear scarves.
However, the rest of the palace was open to photography. I
particularly liked the areas that looked over the Bosphorous – the
body of water separating European and Asian Istanbul.
... It dates back to 15,000 BC when hunter gatherers would live in caves around the region. In 10,000 BC the people started domesticating animals. The first known civilisations came from Babylonia (Egypt).
Hittites migrated from Europe and are mentioned in the Old Testament. No one quite knew where these Hittites hung out until 19th century excavations revealed their ancient past. The first ever written treaty was made between them and ...
... a little nap....wake up and watch my 22" private screen, oh the hostess is taking my order...could I please have a coffee....and what would you like for you lunch...so many options. A glass of French red, the mezze.....the list goes on. I'm so full after 3 courses. Can I ever go economy again.... Another private driver pickup at the airport-just as well because it's frinken crazy at the airport...no order at all. The traffic was also crazy....but made it in one piece to ...
... there are many Australians, (who always seem to be on a vacation), a few Canadians and I assume the rest are Americans. We will get a full list tomorrow.
And the rest of the story (From Yvonne)
Sue and I determined that "Noah's Pudding" was what Noah's wife found left-over in the galley. Turkish Children were told that this is what Noah fed the ...
... roommates. We checked in and did what we do best; we found the nearest McCafe, bought cappuccinos and set out on a 3 hour city tour on our own. Sofia ended up being just another large concrete jungle with a few beautiful cathedrals, mosques, synagogues and government buildings. We were getting quite bored as this was the 10th country in which we have explored a large capital city when suddenly we heard a group of people chanting and ...