The Suadiye Residence
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... stumble half lost up to Sultanahmet and find ourselves caught between the Blue Mosque and Aya Sofya. Two architectural masterpieces that battle to out do each other. While Sofia is larger and older, we're drawn to the beauty of the Blue Mosque. Before we can get inside however, we bump into a local gent named Ferez who says he knows Tony Abbot which seems far fetched until he pulls out his phone and sure enough, there he is with our esteemed head of state. Turns out that this ...
... served a mango sorbet. Just before dessert they brought out a birthday cake for Robyn. We then struggled to fit in the desserts we had ordered. A beautiful meal. After such a relaxing day Robyn and I were shattered and had an early night while Bronwen headed off to the cabaret. I passed on all the birthday wishes to Robyn and she was delighted to receive ...
... the restaurants in Turkey have patios that are kept warm by heat lamps, and they even give you blankets to use while you eat! The waiter at this restaurant also wanted to practice his English, so we ended up drinking multiple more free cups of tea while helping him go through his English workbook.
After dinner, we packed up our backpacks and bundled up to head to Bulgaria. But more on that in the next post! ...
... journey to the Stone Hotel where we were staying from the airport and it was in a great spot right in the middle of the old town. The hotel was a quaint little place with a roof terrace and views across the city and a quiet garden to relax in. There was a very friendly manager who explained some of the tours we could do while we were here.We decided not to book anything as we thought that most of it we could do ourselves. Here we were in a city where East meets ...
... and will say something costs 20 but then when you go to pay they say it's more so you have to be on to it. We found a kebab shop for lunch which was delicious and got more Turkish delight (I might turn into a Turkish delight!) before heading back to the hotel. After a quick shower and clothes change we went to meet up for a cruise along the river which was nice but very windy and cold until we realised the downstairs area was closed in and ...