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... occupied the building and used it to house Armenian orphans and refugees, victims of the Ottoman genocide of Christians during the war. For more information, see “Time Out for History Part II: The Ottoman Empire and The Republic of Turkey”.
Named for its location in the Beylerbeyi neighborhood, the Beylerbeyi Mosque was built in 1778 in the actual Baroque period. Tahir Aga, the favored architect of Ottoman Sultans Mustafa III ...
Good nights sleep and a lovely breakfast got us off to a good start completely spoilt by my attempt to apply sunscreen - a hefty squeeze of the tube saw it spill all over my camisole and new shirt! Idiot!! First stop this morning was the Dolmabahce Palace - a splendid mix of architectural styles, gracious rooms and wonderful carpets. All this enhanced by the beautiful blue plastic slippers we ...
... one built in 1699. The most expensive yah is the fifth most expensive house in the world with a price tag of $100 million US! It is a beautiful area and easy to see why it has been fought over so many times through history.
We headed back to our hotel to collect our bags and find our way to the ship. We jumped in the cab unaware of the roller coaster we ...
... and breathes trains). We got off at Sultanmet and walked towards the Blue Mosque. This entire area of the old city is just amazing, with all the beautiful old buildings clustered together in a tiny area. I didn't bring the stroller alone thinking it might be tough to negotiate the crowded areas, but in hindsight I think I should have. Zane was really tired and had to carried a lot, getting from one place to another.
So first we hit the Blue Mosque. Which isn't blue. ...
... Sea coast and loop back to Istanbul.
We bought a TomTom at Carrefour for $56 which will greatly aid us!! Renting one with our rental car would have added $9 per day or $270 total. We also bit the bullet and spent $45 on Turkey Lonely Planet Travel Guide, figuring it will help us a lot to get the most out of our experience.
The days just melt away.
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