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Back in Istanbul

I spent the night in Istanbul last night after an evening arrival from Prague en route to Cyprus. Turkish Airline was quite considerate to put me, and several fellow travelers, up in a hotel in the city. I had only a little time to walk around this morning and took this picture from the hotel balcony, looking across the street onto a street market that I later walked through.
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I mentioned in my previous post the hotel U Suteru in Prague. I didn't have time to post the photo from the lobby yesterday, so here it is. I'm posting thumbnails of these to save you time. I hope that you can click on the thumbnail and see the bigger image. If not, I think you can view them in the photo gallery.
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I must go get my boarding pass now, grab a bite of lunch here in the Ataturk Airport in Istanbul, and then I'll be on my way back to the family in Cyprus. I talked to them last night, using my Skype-Out account which is the only reasonable priced way to talk, and they are doing well. I hope they have many pictures to post on the blog, but just have not had a chance to upload them and describe their adventures.
Peter

Posted by milestogo 01:53 Archived in Turkey

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I must have missed something along the way. I'm confused. If you had business in Cypress...why did you go to Prague? If you had busniness in Prague...why did you go to Cypress?

by OnTMolly

seeya guys, hope you're enjoying yourselves!!!!!!

by zalmar

Hi OnTMolly: I combined the two trips to save some time flying. I had business in both Cyprus and Prague, so I took a quick trip to Prague when I finished up in Cyprus. The family stayed in Cyprus meanwhile and then when I flew back there, we travelled together to London, and then back home.....Peter

by milestogo

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