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It's a beautiful warm and sunny morning here. The forecast maximum is only 19°. The top temps in Budapest were warmer which surprises me. It's 9.35am and we are about to get on our way soon. Big day planned today - lots of things to see. ... We left home just after 10am and it's now 8.51pm and we are still out. We are at dinner. My order has come and it was delicious. Pudd is still waiting on his sea bass. It's been a while. I thought I'd use the time ...
... in the old part of the city - Sultanahmet. The traffic is diabolical and walking or using the trams looks like the best option. The population of Istanbul is about the same as the entire population of Australia - so life is lived on the street. The evenings are light until about 8pm - so families can be seen sitting out on their front steps, watching the world go by, or actually sitting on a rug on the footpath enjoying dinner in the ...
... me to one "Traditional Service". He pointed to the toilets and showers, saying "Toilets. Showers." before pointing towards the main bath and saying "Bath" before mysteriously disappearing like the shopkeeper in Mr Ben. I walked into the large bath room and was greeted by a wall of steam and heat. In the centre of the room, was a large marble stone, which from looking around at the other people in there, I assumed I was supposed to sit on.
I sat on the ...
... heads 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 ...
... be and was told 5am which seemed very odd before even the morning prayer call at sunrise. Everywhere else does it from 7.30am onwards. I've never been in Turkey for Eid and don't know how it is celebrated here. I was going to try for 7am and if I've missed the prayer then I'll pray later.