The Suadiye Residence
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... simply covered up. In 1935 the Turkish Republic repurposed the mosque as a museum and the interior has recently been restored.
The Walls of Theodosius
These magnificent double walls were built during the reign of Theodosius II (407 – 450.) Consisting of two main walls and a moat they withstood countless sieges and were considered impregnable. ...
... So, it was lunch time and I decided to get lunch. So, this time, I decided to find a place recommended in a guidebook. It was an interesting place, although pretty touristy. I was confused and the server was confused. I was just asking about different dishes, he thought I ordered them all. Thankfully, he took everything back without a fuss. But the entire place was chaotic with servers yelling things in Turkish to the cooks, and all the orders were vocal. Even for ...
... I picked up on time, but the tour guide personally walked me to the bus when it was unable to come down the narrow street I'm staying on. That, people, is service. There were only seven on the bus ride down, and only four of us went to Gallipoli. At the site the tour guide gave us a brief explanation before letting us wander and reflect on our own, which I have to give him credit for. Nothing is worse than an overbearing tour guide who tries to give ...
... and the war memorials. It was good to show nick and Owen around and share a bit of knowledge gained from a previous trip, to pay respects and remember all the men and their sacrifice all those years ago so far from home. On route to Istanbul tommy warning of 'this route passes through areas where the mapping information is limited' came up again and boy we hit some back roads, barely drivable - but made it back on the two lane motorway about 30mins later that I'm sure went ...
... the spice market and the grand bazaar all the shops were really repetitive. The spice market had amazing teas but was pretty similar to the grand bazaar. When you walk down everyone tries to pull you into their shops, they say funny things sometimes like we were the spice girls or that their Turkish delights are calorie free haha! It took us a while to find both of them but just walking through the streets was really nice to see other parts of the city. ...