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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... just kept tellıng me I was just ın a bıg room. Im deffınıtely goıng back ın a week or two to soak up some more hıstory.
Alrıght, Im out for now. Off to a couple of museums and some ancıent cısterns.
Edıt: Got some more photos for everyone. Heres a photosphere showıng how close the Hagıa Sophıa ıs to the Blue Mosque.
... ordered a Turkish coffee and used their free WIFI to check the emails. At the phone shop the English speaking man wasn't there, but his assistant remembered us and was able to sort us out a package, but it won't start until Monday! That will have to do.
Next on to the Main Street, I desperately need a miracle, hair dye! Then to a kiosk to buy the transport card.
Next we walked close to the Old Mosque, we know this us camera shop area, Les wants ...
... Sultanahmet either by tram or walking.
Aya Sofya is one of the most important monuments of Istanbul founded as church, later used as a mosque and today transformed into a museum by Atatürk. Inside, the amazing mosaics, frescoes and enormous domes points to an interesting history.
I continue my walk towards Topkapi Palace, which once was the headquarter of voluptuous Ottoman sultans, courtiers and concubines. Walking around the beautiful ...
... our packs. We arrived at our hostel at around 9am. Were staying at badabing hostel located in the newer part of Istanbul After we had brekky we went to the top of this phenomenal tower called galata tower in the middle of new Istanbul and saw the whole view of the city old and new, it's actually amazing! The architecture is so pretty and the water views and mosks just look ...
... was a few km's (good practice for the future trip) and we got to see the Roman aqueduct, which at a double height of arches is pretty amazing for 1500 years old (repaired of course).
We walked a lot... a sense of humour failure threatening, we luckily found somewhere to eat and disaster was averted.
Tonight is our last night in a hotel for 4 nights as we will be leaving Istanbul tomorrow morning on the truck and heading to an area near Gallipoli.