Sights and Sounds: Turkey Redux

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8 Responses

  1. lime says:

    yay for personal screens and legroom…anything that makes you feelless like cattle in a stall, i say!

    love the tea analogy. such fun. the mosque is a gorgeous bit of architecture.

  2. lime says:

    oh, and next time you go to turkey can i go too?

  3. Bob says:

    We got the comfort coach seats on the way overseas our last trip – ti DOES make a difference!

    Each time we go on a trip I’m always ready to go back – which is why we did Paris twice (and probably will again). Turkey looks fascinating, but I think Spain is next. Or maybe Ireland/Scotland/Wales…….

  4. chlost says:

    I am like Byron…very tall. I believe that the lack of legroom in any public seating is a direct threat not only to my comfort but to my health-both emotional and physical. It is torture to sit for 8 hours with your knees alongside your ears. Yay for your friend to get the seats with space.
    I am so intrigued by Turkey. I also want to go with you on the next trip. I have a great idea…you should lead a little bloggers group trip to Turkey so that we will all be able to see these things with you. We should be able to get group rates. Perhaps you could lead a study abroad trip through the school and we could audit the course. I am serious about this idea. My daughter works in a study abroad office and there are groups who go to many different places for many less serious courses that “Blogging Around the World.” I would be willing to be a co-leader with you!
    Thank you so, so much for taking us along with you on this trip. I loved every day’s adventure and looked forward to every entry.
    Oh, and btw, Bob, I’d also go back to Ireland, Scotland, Wales and Paris, and would also love to see Spain.

    • Jocelyn says:

      How tall are you? I shall have to adjust my mental picture!

      What you say about seating and comfort is SO true. I was thinking, during my rare comfortable flight, about how I felt like a valid human being, simply from the seat and having enough room–and how I feel like a nearly-unhinged diminished thing in “normal” airplane seating.

  5. I am always ready to travel and whoever thought of the personal screens on long floghts is a genius.

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