Titanic Port Hotel
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... countries nearby, you realise he got it right, separating church & state. Monday gave us a final day to explore Istanbul before leaving for Romania. I finally had a sleep in, quite a luxury. We caught the local tram back to the old city to visit the centuries old Grand Bazaar. We bought a nice lamp and it will be shipped back home. We walked to the Carpet Museum, but unfortunately it was closed on Mondays. The Basilica Cistern, ...
... was a very moving experience. There were at least 50 tour buses on the top of the peninsula as lots of Turks visit the area as well, particularly to find out about Ataturk, who was one of the major reasons for their victory in this area. He was shot in the arm by a NZ trooper, but still led the forces. Huge Turkish flags are scattered about the country, as well as many statues of a galant but humane Ataturk. He is revered by ...
... current level and shows scenes from everyday life as well as the mythical.
We returned to the hotel to meet Christine and Ron who we are travelling with for the next 3 weeks. Even though they had just flown in they were up to a walk around. We headed over to the Spice Market which was very colourful and seemed much more real than the very touristy Grand Bazaar. With Ron now here many, many more pixels will be used up as he carries over 20lbs of camera with ...
... attraction, with amazing ambient lighting and reflections, and massive carp meandering beneath the surface. The kitsch café at the exit definitely seemed out of place with this Roman marvel.
We walked through the cobblestone streets towards the Gülhane Park gardens, but were drawn in by a hole in the wall gallery that actually opened into a large space. We talked to the man there who explained his father started the Sanat Galerisi gallery, and ...
... keep up with them while also having that language barrier was a semi challenge. One thing that they do different here is they beep their car horns all of the time. But from what I observed it seems like they do it as a way of saying hey watch out, or heads up! Another thing they do on the road is they do not use their signal lights at all and they weave in out of each others lanes like it is nothing!! So I thought that was ...