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in the morning graeme and i used the fitness facility for there best workout of the trip
and then all three of us gorged on a full service
then fasted until dinner
a truly cheap way to live in the hotel of luxury
spent the entire afternoon shopping and haggling
with 4000 shops, the grand bazaar …
you should look up our hotel
ıt ıs a boutıque hotel rıght on the bosphorous
ıncludes a complımentary ferry to old town ıstanbul
and most ımportantly provıdes a suıte wıth one queen and one kıng sıze bed
thıs would not have …
... picked at those, so I told him to choose from the hot choices. He came back with gyro meat, rice, tomatoes and 3 kinds of breads......not with anything special or adventurous. I did give him a a hard time for taking a ferry across, then walking, for really good gyros meat!!! On the other hand, it was good!! We did pick up a back pack at the market -- the first known forgotten item.
... and the archeologists restored some of the original Christian artwork - so the place looks like a mix of a mosque and church. So beautifully and effortlessly intertwined. The Blue Mosque is an actual working mosque. I prayed there twice with many others and got my fair ton of photos. The inside is covered with blue tile mosaics. Gorgeous in the day as well as at night! The Basilica Cistern ...
... no court martials, let’s just assign her the name Mongo. It may have been because she was standing right behind me when she let rip, but I think she was loud and rude enough to wake up half the country if not half the continent.
Margo had now gotten quite restless waiting for the train and gotten into the habit of wandering off the platform and away from the station. Sara found this particularly frustrating as she had made a point of ...