Grand Beyazid Hotel
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... and angels were also removed or plastered over. Islamic features – such as the mihrab, minbar, and four minarets – were added. It remained a mosque until 1931 when it was closed to the public for four years. It was re-opened in 1935 as a museum by the Republic of Turkey. From its initial conversion until the construction of the nearby larger Sultan Ahmed Mosque (Blue Mosque of Istanbul) in 1616, it was the principal mosque of Istanbul. The Hagia Sophia served as ...
... the city. He was very informative and we spent six hours touring 2 mosques, the Hagia Sophia Museum, the Basilica Cistern, the Hippodrome as well as a return to the Grand Bazaar for some shopping. We had a fabulous dinner in the Steak 'n Mor Instan'bull Pera restaurant on the main floor in our hotel. Early to bed tonight as we have an early morning departure from the airport back to Amsterdam to connect with Icelandair for our return flight home.
... cramped airplane quarters, I did not get much sleep at all. But I did get to watch a lot of bad movies.
We’d read that catching a connecting flight in Istanbul could be no problem at all, or could be chaotic and there’d be no chance in hell that we’d catch our next flight with only an hour layover. As we’re coming in for a landing Bill starts getting anxious and listing off all the worst ...
In our first day in Istanbul we visited some of the most historic places in Turkey. Our first stop was at The Blue Mosque, then Topkapi Palace and then the Grand Bazaar. By the way for all of you who don't know, we have an amazing tour guide named Oscar. He will be our guide for our entire time in Turkey. Our first stop was at the historical Blue Mosque which is one of the greatest mosques in the world. Before entering ...
... over the bridge....both sides. They had a variety of methods for keeping their fish fresh, the most common to pop them into the neck of a 20 litre water container. Fishing is clearly a favourite pastime or a necessary way to get a meal. We decided to walk over the bridge which had a row of parked cars and two moving lanes of traffic either side of a tramway. Wide pavements each side packed with street vendors, selling everything from corn cobs ...