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Now, this is interesting — despite the relatively lofty position on our #travel1k list, there doesn’t seem to be any new posts since … February 2017?
1. Wherever You Wander, You Will See Spectacular History.
Wherever you go, you will see spectacular history! Whether you walk or take a cab, you will be surprised to see the bounty of rich sites spread throughout this magical city. You will not be able to visit it all on one trip. It will leave you wanting to come back for more.You will see palaces to rival the Palace of Versailles. I know you’ll find that hard to believe. When you visit Istanbul, make the Dolmabahce Palace one of your stops and tell me if you disagree. I even think that the Dolmabahce’s location on the Bosphorus gives it an edge! …
Well, Istanbul is an interesting city yes, but when that’s the last post and it dates before we even started this blog, we’re somewhat wondering how it rates this far … ah, 111K Twitter followers. That would be the difference.
Technically, BuiltWith tells us it’s a standard WordPress + JetPack setup, and as always we recommend Dreampress as your best choice for that, free Jetpack Professional and all; and … and no advertising or tracking or SEO plugins? None at all? Wow, that’s beyond minimalistic, that’s downright unprecedented. But, it does rather match the last blog upload being February 2017…
Well, this one certainly gets the award for Least Active Blog in our review series here — but somewhere in the past we’d already stumbled across@TravelEsquire to follow, and they were gracious enough to follow us back to boot, which always speaks well of people’s taste and courtesy —