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... the peak period of the Ottoman empire, the property was home to some 4000 people and included mosques, bakeries, a hospital and a mint. The property is substantial and overlooks the port which joins the Sea of Marmara with the Bosphorous. I can only say that the Sultans knew "how to live"!
The short visit to Istanbul was a major highlight and certainly provided an exciting introduction to this very interesting culture.
... The bases of two of them have survived and are displayed in the Istanbul Archaeological Museum.
The Sultan Ahmed Mosque(Turkish: Sultan Ahmet Camii) (The Blue Mosque) is a historic mosque in Istanbul. ...
... get a plastic token as a ticket, and you have to buy a token for each train you take. But we figured it out and finally got to out stop.
As we had been going through the city, it was very hard to believe that it was a third world country. The buildings were huge, several of which looked very modern, streets were filled with people and traffic, tons of store fronts were buzzing...this city was awesome. Once we got off the metro, we hiked down ...
... and that is where the protesting took place. Here are a couple of photos of that area as well.
And with our walk back to the hotel, Mary and I brought our sightseeing to a close.
When Elaine, Eve and Leroy returned to the hotel the five of us celebrated our trip with a picnic dinner in Eve and Leroy's room. Then it was time to think about packing up...tomorrow morning we leave for Brussels!
... instructed to wrap a tea towel over my bathers. It was 9.30am so I was the only woman in the room. First, you shower. A shower means you scoop water from a sink with a plastic frisbee type and pour it over yourself. Then, a 10 minute sauna. Another shower. Then allow 10 minutes for relaxation on a giant marble slab, looking up at the high domed ceilings allowing only shards of light seeping through the steam from the many skylights. Enter large Turkish lady with pendulous ...