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Istanbul. Distinct from Europe and Asia - a blend of both perhaps. We found the city full of energy yet still laid back and inviting. Clean and modern but still faithful with more mosques on the skyline than we could count. We arrived near the end of Ramadan and found the area near the impressive Blue Mosque full of activity every night with food …
... city Heirapolis, which is apparently where Cleopatra kicked about for a bit, and also st. Phillip the apostle kicked about and was eventually killed by the Romans. It has a massive cemetery gladiator tombs in it and all sorts of others. Also it has the gate to hades (hell, or the afterlife), where you walk in and toxic fumes from the mountain bubble out and hiss, apparently people use to, back in the day, go in and trip out and talk nonsense and supposedly tell the ...
... and if there was one late one I could get on. A small blue van stopped and was not for passengers, but apparently knows Kyle’s host family (not Kyle, mind you) and offered to take me back into town since he was going anyway. Wonderful! I said goodbye to my friend and took the 15 minute ride with my new friend back into the city. He didn’t speak any English, but we had a pretty good conversation anyway. Apparently his parents live in Kumisi, he ...
... binnen bijna gelijk, concluderen we als we de Suleymaniye Camii, onze vierde moskee afvinken. Lopend door Istanbul laat een grote bedrijvigheid zien waar men rustig wacht op zijn klanten die niet staan te popelen omdat van elke winkel er wel een dozijn bestaat en al het gesleep met goederen door straatjes met karren op menselijke kracht doet je denken aan een grote bazaar, die we ...
... Bazzar is located to buy a dervish magnet she wanted and had been unable to find elsewhere inthe city. We found it rather easily, and as Tracy made her purchase, I availed myself of the starbucks across the street. Next door to the starbucks, Tracy saw an advertisement in the window of a tour agency for a dinner and show at a nearby theater. We decided to go. The tickets were 50-60€ apiece, but it looked like a lot of fun. Alicia and Katie decided not to go. After ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking