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... at dinner that I was surprised when the young waiter had more trouble understanding us than the older guy. That wasn't the first time I had that experience either. Overall, the English is better here than it was in Czechoslovakia, Poland and Hungary. • Is the food cheap? Not especially. Nothing is actually. This has been one of the things that has surprised both of us the most. I thought it would be much cheaper than it is. I'm not sure I'd say things are ...
... important one is Hagia Sofia, is Unique, thats the perfect definition, nothing in the world looks like Hagia Sofia.
In this area, all for tourist you can see i believe 5 different mosques, but this two are my favorite without doubt.
- Rustem Pasa
- Eyüp Meydani
... the tokens for single trip. It's so easy and convenient to use the card. We arrive pretty late in the night and as we arrive at capa Sehremini station, Tayfun is already waiting for us outside. We went to his house just 2 mins walk away from the tram station and he bought some chicken for us for dinner. It was such a nice gesture and we were actually really hungry. It was a nice cozy house and we had the room to ourselves with a bed each. We woke up the next morning and he made us ...
... Who knows? Within about 15 minutes, I had most defınately learnt how to say a firm 'no thank you'....despite the flattery.
Having covered my head (and legs) and taken my shoes off, I went inside the Sultanahmet Mosque and it is breathtakingly beautiful. It was very busy...bustling wıth people praying, or simply sightseeing. Very impressive.
I spent a long ...
... atop it, but they’ve been broken off and relocated; one to London, one to the archeological museum in Istanbul, and the third’s whereabouts are unknown.
From there we continue to the Blue Mosque, and it is breathtaking! It’s a working mosque, so we had to remove our shoes and I had to cover my head to be allowed in. The inside of it is truly indescribable. There is a main dome in the center with four half ...