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We are back from a whirlwind trip through Turkey! We were on a tour which had an extremely personable and knowledge guide. It was almost like being in a living history class as we toured the many archaeological sites of Turkey. It was a large group of 36 or 37 people but everyone was on time and very friendly. We arrived in Istanbul in the late …
Colleen and I spent four to five hours touring Topkapi Palace. The grounds are large and the buildings impressive with all of the tile work and Ottoman architecture. It deserves it's status as a world heritage site. Look soon for pictures of the palace including the harem and treasury. We took a two hour cruise on the Bosporus criss-crossing between the European and Asian sides. And then went to a section of Istanbul called Kadikoy on the Asian ...
... of the place so far looks amazıng. I walked past some ıncredıble places last nıght on my walk from the metro to the hostel. I´m rıght ın the centre of the tourısty bıt of the cıty where the protesters aren´t allowed ın apparently. It seems very safe anyway. Tons of other tourısts.
I´ve just had breakfast on the sunny roof terrace ...
... that restaurants and bars have a two-drink maximum for tourists, as our menu was removed from the table and we had no further offers to order more drinks. So we left. And had two more drinks at another bar. After walking Eric back to the metro station after 11pm, we stopped off at a food stand and had our first street wrap - it was the ...
... the Bosphorous channel. Not much to say except that it was a relaxing few hours, just chugging up the strait, admiring the views along the way.
Went to to the Grand Bazaar after we got back (one more city's public transport system deciphered).
It's huge. Neverending. Seems to go on forever. And so do the touts and
hawkers. Knock-off flavour of the month seems to ...
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We stayed in a small, windowless room near the stairway. It was a bit noisy and cramped. The rooms were clean and the breakfast area was pleasant with good food. On the plus side, the hotel was in an area close to the bazaars, St. Sophia, and the Blue Mosque. We always consider location more important.
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