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... remembered we needed to get to the funicular (the one we got lost trying to find that morning when we left the hotel). After studying the tram map we see the tram and stop and we head through the turnstile. We made it to the funicular and up the funicular and when we got out onto the street we could see the top of the high-rise hotel that is next to our hotel. We made it back to hotel and decided we were in for the evening. It was time for drinks so we head to the ...
... plate of beef, peppers, and eggplant in front of me, swimming in their own glorious grease. I savor every bite, and use three pieces of bread to soak the last of the flavorful broth from the bowl. The waiter stares, but I don't care. $5 for the best lunch I had in Istanbul. I pay, full of gratitude for the wonderful food and wonderfully low prices. I beam at my waiter as I walk out the door.
Exiting, I turn to the next destination, immediately entering a now-common ...
... by a doctor. He seemed to think everything looked good and told me to stay out of the water and come back on Tuesday for a final check. With that knowledge in hand, I set out in the sunshine to a rooftop pool party our friends had arranged at a hotel close to our house. They DJed the whole event, while the rest of us splashed around in the pool (well, I obviously didn't, due to the burns). What more ...
... tomorrow), so we had to go today! We were able to convince the company to take us to the Hagia Sophia and let us tour it by ourselves.
--PAUSE TRAIN OF THOUGHT-- Right now, as I am typing, the Muslim prayers are being broadcasted throughout the city. It is quite beautiful, and I just recorded a video for you! It is one minute long and well worth seeing. These usually go on for about 5-10 minutes, 5 times a day, starting at 4:30am. It’s starting to ...
... up taking a bus back to our street, legs all but giving out underneath us. We dined in a hole-in-the-wall backstreet café with a hole in the ground acting as a toilet. I found the “toilet” and turned back out right away, wishing to save it for later, but the chef thought I was lost, “The toilet’s in there,” giving me no choice but to go in and have a new experience. I ate a three course meal of a creamy soup, rice ...
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