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... shifted, the Bosphorus Strait opened up and salt water poured in. It is now a very important international waterway.
We left Istanbul in bright sunshine, and I had my togs on under my jeans fully intending to swim in the Black Sea, but as we got closer and closer, the skies got greyer and greyer ... or should that be, blacker and blacker??
By the time we reached the Sea, we were wearing ...
... is depicted next to Eirene. Also in the gallery are some Viking marks that have been carved into the marble. We left Aya Sofia and walked out to square outside has a large fountain across the road are some benches and you look down to the Blue Mosque. We gathered front of the fountain and had a group photo taken. Once down we walked across to the German Fountain that is found at the end of the old hippodrome (Sultanahmat Square). It was constructed to commemorate ...
... to catch., no matter how many photos i took, nothing could capture the beauty that was in front of us. Its the one thing I've seen so far that photos simply don't do it justice whatsoever. This place was absolutely grand and you could understand the importance of the community of Istanbul. Its the main centre where muslims come to pray. During a busy prayer time, this place is packed shoulder to shoulder with ...
... of shops, bought groceries then went back to our hotel to cook pasta and meat sauce. We could not believe how inexpensive Istanbul appeared.
After supper KC went looking for fresh milk as our first attempt to pick out milk produced buttermilk. He was gone for what seamed like an eternity, There were markets on every corner, we could not imagine what was taking so long. Upon his arrival, his absence was clearly evident as he was sporting a short haircut. ...
... Barcelona. Although much smaller than the Grand Bazaar, this market sold a wide range of products including spices, soaps, Turkish delights and other sweets, jewelry, souvenirs, dried fruits, and nuts.
Our airport driver had done a nice job selling us on a Bosphorus dinner cruise, and we had signed up for one that evening. The tour company arranged for a vehicle to pick us up at a nearby hotel at 7pm and return us home after the cruise ended at midnight. ...