Villa Pasha Hotel
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... as the usual mix of liners, ferries and all sizes of fishing boats.
Emre had given us a very good website to find an apartment to move into once we have stuffed Dream Catcher, so I had a look at what was on offer, we saved quite a few and will make some further inquiries once the dates are confirmed.
In the evening we looked at the map to decide where to head for the next week, we decided to take the ferry to Yalova and head for the North Aegean ...
... It dates back to 15,000 BC when hunter gatherers would live in caves around the region. In 10,000 BC the people started domesticating animals. The first known civilisations came from Babylonia (Egypt).
Hittites migrated from Europe and are mentioned in the Old Testament. No one quite knew where these Hittites hung out until 19th century excavations revealed their ancient past. The first ever written treaty was made between them and ...
... seaside and visited the Dolmabahçe Palace, which was used during the Ottoman Empire for 1856 to 1922. This is the first day of Ramandan so there are not as many local people out as usual. On our second day we visited The Hippodrome, where chariot races once took place. The the Blue Mosque, topped by six slender minarets. Inside is one of the world's greatest collections of blue Isnik tiles(20,000 of them) along with 260 stain glass windows. Next we toured the famed Hagia Sofia, ...
... chips, gherkins, roasted peppers, tomato and some yoghurt, before being pressed on a panini grill. It was edible, but it was hardly the knock-out kebab experience that I was aiming for. I knew that there would be better to come...
The Grand Bazaar was a huge labyrinth of shops. As with the Spice Market the day before, I felt a real sense of Istanbul's place as a historic trading hub linking Europe and Asia. I'm not one for shopping, but I spent a very ...
... running down the middle and many young boys were enjoying themselves being silly hanging from the outside
I passed by a couple of churches along the way too. Some were open, others were not. There was a big Greek Orthodox one I'd like to have seen but it was closed