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... entertain, as well as a comedian, and two groups of dancers. It really was a great show and once again one of our group ended up on stage - it was Curtis this time who had to sing with the comedian and he did us proud.
We had a lovely meal though I only remembered to take photos of some of the courses so haven't bothered including them here - but we had vegetables in dressing to start, then zucchini stuffed with cheese and some ...
... out the time difference so I can skype with my mom. Suleymaniye Mosque - this is quite a stunning mosque. We comment on how clean it look on the outside and our guide said that it was cleaned a few years ago and there are people that take care of the inside. She also said that since the mosque is so far away it does not get used as much anymore. Only people that live near it go to it. The mosque is an Ottoman imperial mosque located on the third hill of Istanbul. It ...
... the tour finished we went to the
spice bazaar and then walked back to Sultanahmet to visit Topkapı Palace. In
the palace grounds there were thousands of tulips all in bloom it was beautiful
and the smell was incredible. Dad had taken loads of photos before we’d even
got into the palace! In the evening we went to Taksim square and had dinner in
the famous Istiklal Caddesi. There was a Fenerbahçe Galatasaray football match
... of saints that the Vatican returned to the church (the bones had been stolen several hundred years before). There is also an impressive library, which has 286 manuscripts and over 70,000 books, mostly donations. One of the coolest things that happened was that the Patriarch came over to say hello to us. We had a tour led by the man who runs the library (that's not his actual title), but the Patriarch ...
... police car and odd ambulance or two. There was no crash; they were just trying to get around like the rest of us! In between the lanes on the motorway, guys selling bread and pastries, which looked stale and very unappetising...clearly stationary traffic is the norm!
Two hours later, as dusk was falling, we dropped the Germans off in the old town so they could search out a backpackers, leaving us to look for the Otopark, a ...