Emirhan Inn Apartment
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... an enormous building with some amazing tiled fresco scenes from early Christian times. That box ticked we move on to the "underground cistern" which is an incredible water tank built under the city. A simply massive structure built 500 years ago for the purpose of water storage. For those Dan Brown readers of his latest book Inferno, this site is depicted in the last scene of his book. It is exactly as he described it in his book and makes me want to read the book again. For a ...
... Simon and me. We talked for sometimes, and he seemed like an interesting person. He told me his hobby was collecting vinyl music disks. So whenever he travels, he goes to this small shops, and tries to find local music on vinyl. Apart from his seemingly boring job, he also does part-time DJ work. Pretty cool. He later told me he was gay and how easy it is in Germany to lead that lifestyle rather than places like Turkey or India. Finally, I headed to sleep without completing the ...
We got to the airport around 7:00 our flight didn't leave till nine 45 but we still managed to be running through the airport trying to make the bus to take us to the plane. It was a great plane ride the movie choices were spectacular. When we landed we got in a car to drive to our place it ...
... get married and now he is planning a wedding, so it can happen to anyone. I hope he was right. It would also be a good thing that Dan and I wouldn't be able to see each other for a while. It would give us some time to have conversations, get to know each other, I don't lose my original intention of travelling alone, and at the same time, those hard days when the loneliness does set in, I get to see someone, hear their voice and words of encouragement. I get to ...
... in its symmetry, proportions and blend with the area. The interior is also breathtakingly beautiful, though, filled with tens of thousands of blue tiles and dozens of stained glass windows. The first thing that struck both of us about Istanbul was how many tourists there were for a chilly, windy weekend in early spring. Dennis says that Istanbul was way more crowded in March on this trip than it was in June the last time he visited. We think tourism has ...