Tria Hotel Istanbul
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... The door to get in is closed now because a tourist went in and didn't come out alive. Just up from that it has a really cool well preserved amphitheatre that ill post a photo of. I'm having a ball and the tour group I'm with are all really nice and chilled. The old couple Sheila and bill drive me and all of us nuts, but mean well. I've taken to just laughing at them and taking the **** out of bill, who seems to take it ok. Anyway, love you all, and missing you all plenty. ...
... Tbilisi and runs errands for them (and their bread business?) with his van. I had told him that I was leaving that night and had to get back to put my bags together. So - because it’s Georgia (although not my intent in telling him) - he offered to take me to the airport at 1:00 when I had to be there! I said ‘no’ at first because I didn’t want to put him out, but he said he would be happy to and gave me his mobile number to call him when ...
... tot de 10de macht als we werkelijk de bazaar van Istanbul binnen wandelen. Gelukkig wordt je niet zoals in Marmaris in elke winkel binnengepraat en kunnen we rustig wat winkels bekijken. Daarna op weg naar de brug van Geert Mak , aan de overkant is mooi het Aziatische gedeelte te zien en als we over de brug lopen komen we de visrestaurants tegen en vissers op de brug. Als we de ...
... conversation with the agency guy, we had some time to kill until the bus would pick us up for the show. The four of us bought more socks and cold-weather knits from a woman displaying her goods on a piece of cardboard laid on the sidewalk. The guy from the agency facilitated communication. The more we bought, the better prices we got. I got a winter hat and some socks. Afterward, we had out picture taken with the lady.
The bus came to take us to the Orient Theater shortly ...
... while we were there.
After a bit we headed back over to the Blue Mosque. I had never been in a mosque before, and this was a huge, very impressive, and built in the early 1600s, about the age of many great cathedrals of Western Europe, for comparison. The interior walls are covered in ceramic tiles with blue flowers and embellishments. The interiors of the domes are painted with inscriptions in Arabic. And the ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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