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After spending a very comfortable night at the Parion Hotel in Canakkale, our guide Huseyin escorted us to the ancient city of Troy. All the myths and legends of this enchanting place felt very real, as we saw the 'Horse' at the entrance to the city that began with 80 inhabitants and at its height during Roman times, had 15,000 people living there.
As a UNESCO heritage site, additional government funds are made available to maintain ...
Our last day of vacation :( We had a slow morning enjoying the hotel buffet and comfortable beds. We explored the rest of the old town for the afternoon. First we visited the Basilica Cistern. It was a large underground area filled with giant columns lit up in a foot of water that had seeped in. It was breathtaking! The next stop was at the hagiasophia. The line was long to get in everywhere but it did move fast. We followed a walking tour that my dad ...
... Turks are very nice people. They try and haggle you to buy their stuff. At the end of the day, they are just trying to make a living. One guy offered us his Hugo Boss shirts for 120 lira, we offered him 40 lira, he said No, but the minute we went to walk off he agreed, how easy was that? But geez they get annoyed when you dont buy anything. Adam and I bought 2 shirts off one guy but we had to try them on. He ...
... like I was just a coat hanger to him. Hard life being a Traditional Turkish Costume model. The photos we got were definitely worth it though, I still crack up every time I see them.
Next on the Itinerary was the Blue Mosque.
We went into the courtyard just as the call to prayer finished and waited in line for around half an hour. It was definitely worth the wait; inside it was incredibly ornate and very well detailed. I had the same feeling I always get ...
... twist on an American-style amusement park (someone had clearly done their homework). The park was brand new and seemed completely empty - there were no lines for any of the rides. One of the indoor rides recounted some part of Turkish history with animatronics. Even though we couldn't understand a word the automated narrator was saying in his deep echoing voice, it became clear pretty quickly that the white European crusaders were the bad guys in this story. ...