Istanbul Lyon Hotel
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... the mosque and barely made it before closing time to the Cistern Basilica. This was more interesting anyway, it's a dark, underground area with pillars holding it up and a path leading around water a few inches deep with coy fish begging for food. When you walk all the way back to the southwest corner, there are 2 famous medusa heads engraved into the pillars. Why they are there remains a mystery. Day 3 our plan was to catch the boat and head to the Asia side of the city-Istanbul ...
... the power of Christ compels you’ just in case. If she starts twisting her head or walking
the wall on all fours ‘crab style’ I’m outta here.
Today we are 14,000 kilometres from Fremantle and cruising
slowly towards Kusadasi of Turkey. I
hope I get to indulge in another Kebab and that delicious Turkish Meat with the
cherubic spices – I will try and locate a place.
Down to dinner where we ...
... 1103; сказа
85;о мы тольк
в кофе”, а он посме 03;лся и сказа 83; „That’s because you’re ...
... 8230;...surprisingly, no hassle there…. just an enjoyable assault on the senses with the exotic smells, colours and noise of the hub bub of so many people. Fabulous and another highlight of our visit.-
- Every now and then you do need to disengage from the noise and we enjoyed a tranquil walk through Gulhane Park, right in the heart of the city but miles away from the hustle and the bustle where we could just hear the ...
... connects the Sea of Marmara with the Black Sea, that forms part of the boundary between Asia and Europe), ancient roman ruins, colorful mosques, enormous cathedrals, European-style palaces, upscale restaurants, Middle Eastern-style tea shops, and gleaming baklava shops all on the same block. Sometimes I felt like I was in Europe, with the cute cobblestone streets and European style architecture, and other times it felt like the Middle East with the mosques and women ...