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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... cost about 60 or 70 in a metered taxi and take about an hour and a half to get back to the hotel. He was obviously pretty ****** off that the policeman had got him down to 30 lira. Anyway fortunately neither Craig nor I are particularly nervous passengers as it was one hair-raising journey but he did get us to the hotel and in half an hour as he obviously knew the city well and took lots of back streets to avoid the traffic jams. We were ...
3rd May. Saturday.
We went down to the basement breakfast early to get the day started. Zach had a few more of his Nutella cones!
I wanted to take Zach (and Zane) to the Rahmi Koc Museum, because the boy loves to see how things work and loves museums in general! I thought why not take a Golden Horn Ferry to get to the museum as it is located on the opposite bank of the Golden Horn. In preparation, I googled the Golden ...
... Bay for a late lunch and a swim then headed off to the sunken city. We didn't stop there we just drove slowly by the coast line of it where you could see some of the ruins but most were under water and to see them properly you would have to scuba dive. We did stop at a little island town near by called Kakoa that had some castle ruins on it and a lot of old tombs. We boated to a small bay not far away fro there and stayed there for the night. We (the crew more like it) ...
... I enjoyed the food prices in Istanbul. Having been well fed we decided to visit the Blue Mosque and take a look inside. The tiles and the art work really are worth seeing. It's also worth noting that it's free to get in...unlike the Vatican...
Having not walked as much as usual we then decided to head for Galata Bridge to take a look at the fisherman and walk over from Europe to Asia and back. Our feet are aching again now.
... The Bosporus serves as the agreed upon border where Europe stops and Asia begins. Soon to, perhaps, become a member of the European Union, Turkey hosts Istanbul at its northwestern corner and abuts war torn Syria on the south.
For purposes of comparison, New York City is the 18th largest city in the world, the largest in the United States; over 8 million people live there. Istanbul, by comparison, is the 2nd largest city in the world ...