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... converted it into a museum, some have been revealed for modern eyes to see.)
Across an expansive park, filled with gardens and fountains, sits the Sultan Ahmed mosque, named for the Ottoman ruler who saw it built in the early 17th century. It, too, is an imposing structure, but not so large as its elder sister across the way. Because the mosque's interior is covered with mosaics, the hue indoors has a definite bluish tint, which has led to its nickname, the ...
... is) to Asian land, we managed to get off the ferry one stop too early at a place with the same name but a different prefix to the final stop! We turned around to see the ferry chugging off from the ferry wharf with everyone else on it and not returning for another three hours!
We were in a tiny town that we explored in five minutes. We found a new bakery and had lunch and then the decided to catch the local bus down to the next stop. The driver ...
... resistance, a belly dancing show. It was dark outside, but we could see many well lit buildings and bridges along the way on both the European and Asian sides of the Bosphorus. They also had a DJ onboard who played a variety of dance music after the show ended, so we danced and laughed until the boat returned to shore. As you can imagine, we were completely exhausted by the time we got back to the apartment. Not bad for our first day in Istanbul.
... 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 ...
... for your airline name, the flight is allocated to a number. Asking at the desk helped and pretty soon I had checked in and was given seat 9A, nice and close to the front and a window seat, which I took full advantage of enjoying as I had the coastal views down the coast of Italy until the plane banked towards Istanbul!!
The plane was late and they changed the gate after we were waiting patiently at another, so down to ...