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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... combo but I wanted a cheese pizza instead the meat one in the picture. I went to great lengths to make sure she understood me and it seemed like she did. Well, she came out with two pizzas! Oh well, you just say thank you and smile. It is so humble to have to ask your 5 year old grandson how to say something in Turkish or ask him which way home again? Max and I have made up our own gibberish that sounds like Turkish and this is how we talk to each other ...
... good at the start, experiencing a different shopping place, but it turned bad fairly quickly for me and my Australian Exchange friend Dominic. We were walking around, looking at shops, absorbing the sights, sounds and the experiences, now anyone who knows the grand Bazaar will know that there is (I believe) 18 entry gates (All of which I could not work out the order for their placement), we walked in the 1st gate as a group, we only had 2 and a half hours inside the Grand Bazaar of ...
... to wander around without
a map. Our ship didn't depart until 10:30pm so we had a feast of
city night lights as well, providing we could stay awake long enough.
We will be back here on our Black Sea cruise in a week or so. I was
pleasantly surprised with the size of the crowds at both the mosque
sites and the bazaar, ie, we weren't trampled, and it is a CLEAN
city. It puts Italy to shame. The weather continues to surpass all
expectations with 24d ...
We have arrived in Istanbul (not Constantinople)!! And. it. is. wonderful. The city is located on the Bosphorous strait which divides Europe from Asia creating a beautiful melting pot of cultures mixing modern Europeans with conservative Middle Easterns.
We truly emerged ourselves in the Turkish culture by trying a variety of Turkish foods along the streets. We sampled their bitter Turkish coffee, sweet ...
... we made our way to the Green Anka Hotel to start our contiki. Odu took us via ferry and tramway and it went very smooth, apart from him taking us to the grand anka instead of the green anka. Luckily they were on the same block. Either way the trip was easier than if we tried to do it ourselves. He got us a transport pass and showed us the way to use the transport. We checked in to the hotel, had a rest and then went down to get lunch. ...