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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... We decide to go back across the bridge and down the main street and walk around and just sight-see. You see so much more when you’re cruising at a slower pace with less "girly chat chats", you notice more. It’s a beautiful sunny day, so we take some replica shots that we took from the first day as they’re nicer today (being nicer weather and all). We head back across the bridge and straight into the spice and Turkish delight market. I ...
... and Dad for yet another year emotions and tiredness got the better of me. Sadly losing all my family holiday photos. As you can imagine when realising that it was truly gone I was a complete mess just in time for border control.
Went to collect bags from airport and Mel's was missing, our night was having a terrible ending. Fortunately we caught last underground train and made it to the Hostel time to ...
... slave fighting, and other entertainments. This is a beautiful building immaculately restored, and exhibits are well-presented. But all the exhibits are to do with Ottoman culture, and particularly with Mohammed the Prophet. Here you can see a hair from his beard, his broken tooth, his gun ( even though gun powder wasn't invented for another 500 years), and discover that ...
A massive outline of sprawling buildings appeared on the horizon...Istanbul and 17 million inhabitants were a mere 30 minutes away! As we entered the harbour from the Sea of Marmara, the Blue Mosque stood prominent on the north shore. Ferries, tour boats and various types of cargo vessels busily streamed across the Golden Horn moving their precious goods from East to West and West to East. The harbour was a bee-hive of activity!
On our way into the harbour, Tom, the ...
... as the only thing left was the foundations.) At this site there were an unbelievable number of buses and people. It was packed.
We had lunch at a Turkish Art Co-op which specialized in the production of jewelry and carpets. The food was not only delicious it was also free. Apparent the costs are recouped from the sale of the art products.
Sandy here: As Steve said the food at lunch was delicious but the old saying “there is no such thing as a free lunch” is true. ...