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... to be on route for some time and he said public transport would be much faster (as would walking). In one street a car tried to turn and ended up with not enough room so that caused a 5 minute delay. With 900m to go it was an almost smooth run to the hotel.
It is a shame we only had this night in the hotel as it is very close to all the main sights in the Old City. All we did was sleep (well) and repack here. However, we all decided to return to see if our waiter ...
... and two, we got to pick our horses which turned out to be a bad call. I had chosen the leader of the pack who had to be at the front and Chels had picked out the smallest and most beautiful horse which turned out to be the reincarnation of lucifer. All I could here behind me was, "stop that!", "no!" and "you're so naughty!" We all know Chelsea's we'll documented love of equestrian. I think her majestic steed has only made her love grow fonder. When we ...
Keen to visit some important archeological sites, during the next two days, we visit the ancient civilisations of Troy and Ephesus. Troy is first and is located only about 20 km for our hotel in Canakkale. We are joined by our guide from Gallipoli as we explore this Unesco World Heritage site, regarded by many as one of the most famous archaeological sites in the world. At first inspection it is just a pile of ruins, but these ruins we are told hold the key ...
... while we came up with a new plan. On our way towards the various restaurants, we were persuaded to book a 2 hour Bosphorus cruise instead. At only 12 lira each it was definitely worth the risk. We had lunch in a busy fish shack under a bridge. We both ordered fresh fish sandwiches, which are world famous in Istanbul. It was a wise decision as the fresh mackerel definitely lived up to its reputation.
... Bath. I am pleased to say that my second visit was a lot less traumatic than the first and enjoyed in a 400 year old building...I think we look very classy in our towels after the bath! We also enjoyed a performance of the Twirling Dervishes...the dance of devoted love...where dancers (male) twirl themselves into a religious trance... Ah Mike & Michel what fun we had...now you are off to Cappadocia and we start our journey ...