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... bordering one side of the highway; guess where our apartment was? That's right, we were situated in an area that our host told us was the Armenian area of town. Thinking that we would get an added layer of interest to our Istanbul experience was an understatement; the Armenian area of town could be compared to a war zone. A large proportion of the buildings were completely derelict; crumbling and full of rubbish. The street outside our apartment had young men posted ...
... Justinian rebuilt it and named it Hagia Sophia in 537 (took only 5 years to build). Pretty impressive history huh :-)
There was some touch ups going on inside, so scaffolding filled half of the church, but we still got a great view of the place. The church was later converted into a mosque in 1453 by the Ottoman Sultan Mehmed II. We found it quite interesting how they kept a lot of the Christian art work and just added the Muslim bits and pieces when converting it to a mosque. It ...
... I’ll be in a better place though.
Side note: When I got to Cappadocia a few days ago I couldn’t find my Boston Red Sox hat. I was pretty ****** because it’s not like me to lose things, and I’ve only been on the road for a few weeks. I went across the street this morning to Antique Hostel on the off chance I left and there, and BINGO! They had it waiting for me at the front desk. Lucky ...
... attraction, with amazing ambient lighting and reflections, and massive carp meandering beneath the surface. The kitsch café at the exit definitely seemed out of place with this Roman marvel.
We walked through the cobblestone streets towards the Gülhane Park gardens, but were drawn in by a hole in the wall gallery that actually opened into a large space. We talked to the man there who explained his father started the Sanat Galerisi gallery, and ...
... there is no stool to sit on when you wash yourself. When I was done they sat me in the changing area, wrapped me in towels like a mummy with a towel around my head to dry off.
He charged me 38TL ($19) even though it said 18TL ($9) for the hammam. He said he charged 10 TL for the foam and ...