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... be to successfully wield such a sword but Nate and I talked about how slow the person would be using this sword and how he’d be vulnerable to someone with a smaller lighter sword. Some of the rifles were the same, extremely long barrels to them and it made you wonder as to why they would be made that way. We also toured the holy relics exhibit which annoyed Beth because her dress was slightly above her knees and, because of this ...
... in. Hotel Azade is right in the middle of Old Town, the Sultanahment or district which was the home for the Greeks, the Romans, and later the Ottoman sultans. After checking in, unpacking (staying in one place for six nights is a luxury), and drinking very strong Turkish tea, I headed out to explore the area. Walked uphill to the Blue Mosque and joined the throngs of tourists plus locals out celebrating Turkey's ...
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... After visiting the Mosque I headed off to The Archaeological Museum just as the first Turkish people were arriving for Midday prayer.
After another short 10 minute walk I arrived at The Archaeology Museum. The museum features many pieces from Turkey's rich history walking around took a few hours and can be very informative to tourists and ...
... as a church for close to a millennium. In 1453 the Ottomans converted it to a mosque, covering up or removing Christian elements. In 1934 it became a museum and restoration work has uncovered some beautiful Christian mosaics. You now see both Christian and Islamic symbols.
Back to the hotel for a break and then meeting up with John and Diane to do the guided walk for the Old Town from Rick Steves' Guidebook. Sue, Janet and Ron are off ...