Titanic Port Hotel
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... bassinets attached to the front wall. Apparently the older lady who had a seat in aisle 6 didn’t know that either. She looks down the row, says to the father she’s sitting next to (with a totally deadpan face), "oh, I guess I’m sitting here. With all the babies. GOODIE!" However, they quickly became friends and talked. THE ENTIRE FLIGHT. LOUDLY. Needless to say, between squawking babies, loud talking and ...
... back to Istanbul and of the Marmara Sea were fabulous. On the ferry ride back, I could have had my shoes shined by a very elderly Turkish man whilst listening to a drummer and clarinet duet and watching some women belly dancing. A terrific day! Note: Thanks to google translate - we managed to use the washing machine, although we're still trying to work out what tightening the pump ( sikma pompa) did at the end of the ...
... We visited the Minelayer, Nusret and Cimenlik Castle.
Troy was a must see for us, purely because of the Troy movie.
No, I didn't get to see Brad Pitt in his Achilles outfit, but we did get
to see a replica of the famous Trojan horse...and it was huge! The
ruins themselves were not greatly excavated so it was hard to see
The Acropolis of Pergamum is certainly dramatic, perched atop a high, ...
... represents music of a more personal nature, removed a bit from ordinary culture. Instruments associated with Turkish music include the bağlama lute, kemençe, zurna, ney, and the double-headed davul drum. Turkey and Greece share cultural elements that are reflected in their musical traditions. The use of similar folk instruments, musical elements, and even song content is representative of musical backgrounds that remain noticeably distinct but are fundamentally ...
... inside and it blows you away. Almost triple in height to the blue mosque, the pillars, art, marble quite special. Eyah Sophia is now a museum and the locals no longer pray here, so also lacked that holiness. As oppose to 'the new mosque' we visited during prayer yesterday. At this stage i was a little "mosqued out", and on our walk to the wharf we were side tracked by a very polite old man. i knew where this was going, so off we were to his ...