Limak Eurasia Luxury Hotel
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Today we crossed the bridge over to the Euro side to visit the Blue Mosque (a.k.a. Sultanahmet Camii). This mosque is even bigger than the one we saw yesterday. It is across the Hagia Sofia sharing a massive public square. There are a cluster of benches for people to sit on and several carts selling small snacks/sweets.
The mosque itself was PACKED. There was a long line up for those entering to pray. The ...
... 10 minutes or so he came back with a guy who spoke English, who went up and down the bus collecting money, then after waiting for them to finish that, we finally headed off into the city. It took about 30-40 minutes to get into the city, which we spent joking with a group of young Russian guys who had a bunch of bottles from the duty free and were already into them. When we arrived we jumped off, and after talking to Kristy, an Aussie we'd been talking to, we all walked ...
... however the plaster had turned it to stone.. I seen the largest diamond that I will ever see! It was in the topkopi palace! it was 86 carart. It was found in the rubbish dump and sold to a man for three spoons! when the ruler heard about this find he demanded he had it! it now sits in his place museum! This ruler by the way had 5 wife's and 100 concubines , these are sex ladies.. The concubines are looked after by ...
So when we got to the train station at 5.30 for the 6.30 train the lady said there were no tickets left, bulgaria strikes again, trains never sell out? Anywho we ended up on the overnight bus at 8.30pm. It was an experience, no sleep at all. Crossing the border at 2am and again at 3am, getting out in the middle of nowhere, no one except a few adults with a lot of ...
... nuts, funny looking dried fruits, more Turkish Delight, pistachios, figs, other funny looking dried fruits, and finally more Turkish Delight.
As we escaped from the place I now call "mouth-heaven" we entered the true Grand Bazaar. Since I'd been there before, I knew my way around a fair amount--or at least back to the shop I was searching for. The first time I came to the Grand Bazaar, I stumbled upon an old brass and copper dealer. He didn't speak ...