Bekdas Hotel Deluxe
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Stacey & I went to sleep about 7.30am as we hadn't sleep too well on the bus. We woke up at 11am - so managed to get a few hours of sleep in. We quickly got dressed and headed down to the lobby as our tour started at 12. We all jumped on the bus & headed out to Agia Sofia and we walked through that, it's a church/chapel whatever something like that, and it was beautiful! The tour guide was telling us the history ...
... 42 years of his life, 17 of those by his brother Sultan Mustafa III. When Mustafa died, Abdul Hamid became Sultan, and commissioned Tahir Aga to build this majestic mosque. So I am thinking, “If my brother imprisoned me for 17 years, would I hire his favorite architect? Is there no question of loyalty here?” Apparently Abdul Hamid valued architectural excellence above any petty grievances. Tahir Aga must have been one hell of an architect! <b>Beylerbeyi ...
... be European and has been in the process of getting into EU for quite sometime. I know nothing else, not even the exchange rate. I have no means of finding out information - no internet.
I am at the gate waiting. The airport appears to be ginormous. With gate number that goes beyound 500. Buses wait at the boarding gates, not airplanes.
... offered this little chance so I took it with both hands. Of course, on my wandering a I bought little presents for all of my people - but this too has become a bit of a tradition and the kids always talk about when I did it in Rome.
We went to a nearby kebap restaurant - pretty casual with huge servings and not as cheap as it looked (or should have been). Then back to the hotel for a piece of leftover birthday cake before ...
... line went quite quickly and we just made it inside before the prayer time when it closes to visitors. Then we decided to chase the dream of the clotted cream and honeys this required getting over to the Asian side of Turkey across the Bosferous River. We purchased a travel card - which we eventually worked out how to purchase and caught a tram and then funicular. Before we could find the particular shop we were looking for we found a 150 yr ...