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Planning A Grand Auto Tour of Turkey

A travel blog entry by michellendave

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... 8217;ll fly from Tashkent to Delhi. We will focus on the east side of India on this trip


Turkey by Rental Car

We will rent a car at the beginning of April for a month and head out towards Gallipoli Peninsula then cross with ferry to main land (just North of Troy) and travel down the Aegean coast, then along the Mediterranean coast and expect to get as far east as Diyabakier before turning north to ...

Istanbul Ruminations

A travel blog entry by amyw304

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... sets over the hills and water.

The dregs left from my cup of thick Turkish coffee predicted my future to be bright. On a parting note, as we leave Istanbul, I can only hope for the same for the hundreds of sweet cats and dogs I encountered on the streets of Istanbul (who actually seemed relatively healthy and happy, even in the rain­) and all of whom have a permanent place on my prayer ...

Truly bazaar experiences

A travel blog entry by fatdamien

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... of worldly wares- the Turkish postal system.

The Spice Bazaar offered a secondary mercantile theme-park, smaller and more intimate, and once again I emerged blinking into the light on my penultimate day, blissfully bereft of my burdensome wads of Lira, and in its place a vast wealth of Lokum (Turkish delight), tea, spices, coffee and various oddments which -whist I don't recall exactly in what way- I felt very strongly about owning at the time of purchase. On my second ...

Traveling - Barcelona to Istanbul - Day 13

A travel blog entry by basbraham02

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... to the hotel through the turkish streets taking in all the new sights, sounds and smells of this new city. When we all got home we had a long afternoon sleep. When we got up we went to meet our friends, the kings, who we know in Sydney. It was their last night in Istanbul, and out first night. We walked to their hotel and had a drink on the roof. From their you can see the seas all around the city - the sea of Marmara, the golden horn, and the bospherous. What a great view. ...

Istanbul not Constantinople

A travel blog entry by kev_erin

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... aqueducts the Romans had created. This particular one, The Basilica Cistern, was amazing and dated back to the 6th century at the height of the Byzantine empire. At its widest it's 140m by 80m length and has 336 marble pillars supporting the underground reservoir that can hold up to 80,000 cubic meters of water. The engineering that must have gone in to create this building was hard to fathom. They even considered evil spirits affecting their water and placed two heads of Medusa ...

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