Ramada Kaya Plaza
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... loan to rescue Greece from sovereign default and cover its financial needs throughout May 2010 until June 2013, conditional on implementation of austerity measures, structural reforms and privatization of government assets. A year later, a worsened recession along with a delayed implementation by the Greek government of the agreed conditions in the bailout programme, revealed the need for Greece to receive a second bailout worth €130 billion (now also including a ...
... this lifestyle! There were 8 of us from the coach trip who had booked to follow it up with a hopefully less frantically paced cruise, also organised and booked through Insight Travel. They included a couple from Tasmania and the others from USA and Canada. It was good to meet up with them for our meal in an otherwise crowded restaurant on board. Out boat left Istanbul on time at 7 pm and I was able to get a few good photos of domes ...
... Saints Sergius and Bacchus which is a former Eastern Orthodox church dedicated to Saints Sergius and Bacchus in Constantinople, converted into a mosque during the Ottoman Empire. So we decided to go in. This Byzantine building with a central dome plan was erected in the sixth century by Justinian, and was likely a model for Hagia Sophia (St. Sophia), and is one of the most important early Byzantine buildings in Istanbul. Altogether a fabulous exploration of ...
It's 2pm on Monday as I write this and we are still in Istanbul. Jochen has always wanted to visit this city and is seeing all the places he can whilst he can. I, on the other hand do not like cities and am having less of a good time, but this is what we planned, so this is what we are doing.
Yesterday we went to see the Basilica Cistern which is ...
... lovely. Our waiter could tell we were puzzled on what to get so he recommended various traditional dishes which we picked Kurdish Musakka (beef) and Helap Kavurma (chicken). Whilst we were waiting we were given complimentary Turkish bread with dip (veggies, hommas and spices) which was delicious and spicy. Soon after our meals came out and wow they looked amazing, our plates had slices of carrots, zucchini, broccoli, rice and mashed potato which we added our Kurdish Musakka ...