Point Hotel Barbaros
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... hours later we headed out for dinner and a hotel guest stopped Charley and asked if she was the one having a birthday soon. Charley was chuffed but Mitch was mortified thinking his surprise was being ruined.
We walked to a nearby area we'd passed earlier in the day - a covered, narrow pedestrian mall lined with bars and restaurants called Nevisade. I'd noticed it and thought it would be a lively place to go for dinner. It was! Turned out it was a number ...
... thumbs into this hole and twist their hand around 360 degrees and make a wish. Not sure how one relates to the other but of course I had to try it. Hagia Sophia is such a big place, we had room to move around and really enjoy it.
Since I'm always interested in the story and history about a place, I loved these little stands they had all around the city with information about different locations (in 4 languages). One that I noticed was next to a post ...
We woke up fairly early today, finished packing and went downstairs for breakfast. We hung out in the courtyard for a bit then set off for Atocha to get the airport bus. We made it in good time and got to the airport with plenty of time to check in. We did so and went through security and customs. The girls got Starbucks then I got a long chicken meal from Burger King (it came with onion rings and beer!). We waited a while and got on the plane. Sorry for being brief but this was ...
... of wire and rusting security bars. People look relaxed - maybe not exactly happy and prosperous, but not ground down by poverty either. It is cool and rainy. The sun should return on Monday, but it was nice to fall asleep to the rumble of thunder and rain.
Every Saturday morning, Asli goes to an organic farmers market on the European side. Thanks to jet lag, I was wide awake at 6:30, so I joined her for a little shopping and breakfast. The ...
... a traditional dessert here. It was delicious, so much smoother and creamier then the rice pudding in Australia. The store we went to had an impressive baklava display as well. Very nice to look at.
We finished the day with dinner at a kebab shop, tasted pretty good. The streets were pretty packed, sure are a lot of people here.