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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I’m lost.” We wandered around and, after telling Dilek that Beth was looking for things for her bedroom, Dilek took us to a gentleman who had tiles, banners, and other things for the bedroom which he would personalize in script. Beth got a tile with the Hagia Sophia on it and he wrote her name. Nate found a bracelet (told you that’s almost all he bought) with the evil eye on it and he got it inscribed with his name.
... on the planet. Middle Eastern delicious treats are everywhere, tempting me at every moment. Baklava in many different forms seem to gleam from almost every shop window. The Pudding Shop, centered in the hearts of Sultanabad, once the meeting place of hippies travelling across the Far East, now has a shop window filled with a smorgasbord of moussakas, egg plants, kebabs, skewered meats, breads, tomato dishes, salads, desserts. The food is ...
... to fit stuff in our bags haha. I tried to get Gary to buy some awesome Turkish felt slippers...but eh chickened out. They were so cool...he did try on some traditional head wear which suited him ;-).
We found a shirt and t-shirt for Gaz and I bought some rip off perfume, we tried to bargain the guy down - we prob spent more than needed but hey we couldn't be bothered shopping around. I then came across a cheap women's store - I bought heaps, 5 tops and ...
When we woke up this morning we got our washing organised while chatting with an American girl in our room. She had done her washing the day earlier, and was saying how annoyed she was that her favourite jacket was really smoky after a night out, so I offered to put it in with ours, then took it all down to the other hotel. They weighed it, which was almost 9kg, but they gave it to me for 8kg, which was nice, but still cost 40 lira!! (~$20!) The most expensive wash yet! After ...
... the wall just to try and feel the past. To feel marble and the wooden door that represents those years and years of humankind, of faith and of politics.
It was initially built as an Orthodox Christian basilica and was the largest cathedral in the world for 1,000 years. Interestingly,during the Ottoman conquest Hagia Sophia was converted into a mosque (in like 3 days). Their takeover of Hagia Sophia was political rather ...