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For many years, the city of Istanbul was known as Constantinople, after the great Emperor Constantine. I think. Today I saw a bit of that history. The first stop was the Blue Mosque, officially known as Sultan Ahmet Camii. As one of the largest mosques in the world, it's rather impressive. I haven't seen many mosques, but they have quite a simple beauty compared to many of the churches I've been in. Absent are the extravagent ...
... means the shops are not able to open and neither is the casino. There are two choices the restaurants and the bars. On the other hand we could have proceeded back in to Istanbul on a tour or on our own. We decided to retire early as the time zone changes have been catching up with us. We had a good night sleep and ready to take on some more food at the Terrace Grill buffet which offers an abundance of choices. There is a scale in our bathroom which I'm sure will prove to be a little ...
... walk, and very accessible to the public and tourists.
As the mosque is a place of worship, you will find that will be filled 5 times a day for pray, I arrived after my breakfast once the dawn pray had finished and went inside. After taking my shoes off at the front I was free to explore the mosque, there is no entrance fee so it makes for a ...
... back but then have to get off the bus, collect our luggage and line up to take it through security. Steve managed to get about 1 hours sleep the whole night while Mandy got closer to 4.
We arrived at the Istanbul main bus station around 5.30 am. Andie organised 4 taxis for the group and, as a lot of the group were still a bit gun shy after the Bulgarian taxi accident, instructed the drivers to go a bit slow. She had earlier warned us that going slow ...
I imagined an average sized city, but with over 14 Million people you soon realise just how big it actually is. Tulips are booming with brightness, car horns are sounding, and the local Mosques prayers can be heard 5 times a day. The streets are very clean, which was surprising. Turkish people are very friendly. The bell of the tram keeps you on your toes as you walk through the main streets of Istanbul. Kebab stalls are everywhere, the street food is cheap ...