Hotel Buyuk Keban
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed
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... the Byzantine era around 525AD and it covered the water needs of the Imperial Palace and other residents of the area with the water coming via aqueducts from a forest outside the city. It is a marvel of engineering and has been sometimes called the underground Palace. So impressive! We sometimes forget how clever people were in days gone by until we get to see something like this. By this time we were ready for some rest and ...
... The two crazy Australians, Tim and Leanne, have shared our mishaps and moments of the last few days.
Our route took us down through Austria (stopping at a service station to purchase a vignette, no Austrian criminal record for us, though we have quite the collection of vignettes adorning the windscreen now) sweeping through Vienna and crossing the border into Hungary. Arriving in Budapest we had round two of navigating a foreign city, somehow once more I ...
... together in the practice of their faith. The tone was celebratory and we were treated to sites and sounds we would probably never experience back home. Perfect ending to a long day of touring. We spent the next day exploring Istanbul's cultural offerings and history. We started with a walking tour of Old Town where our first notable stop was the Blue Mosque. Neither of us had ever visited a mosque before - so this was a big first for both of us. The process for visitors ...
... It was spectacular. There were 100 balloons in the air. Our pilot was a pro. We grazed the tops of fairy chimneys and then soared up and up. It was so quiet and crystal clear. The ride lasted about 45 minutes, then we landed on the back of a flatbed. The basket held about 30 people, pretty big to land on the back of a pickup. Memorable morning! We were so happy to fly back to Balat. It felt like home. A friend recently shared a quote that sums us up perfectly at the ...
... Bones." In addition, We sang "The Lord Bless You and Keep You" and the Alma Mater. During our performance, the size of the cathedral seemed to be intimidating, particularly at the beginning. Our sound quality seemed to have only a little as the performance went on, but the quality of sound tended to increase. The audience was rather large - there were people in the back but a moderate amount of empty seats. That being said, the audience seemed fairly quiet during the performance. ...