Beymarmara Suite Hotel
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... I followed a few others who I assumed were heading to the stadium. For once my instinct was correct and it was only a 15 or so minute walk through street vendors trying to sell all sorts of weird and wonderful items before the concrete glow of the stadium appeared. I was expecting to be laughed out of the queue for turning up with no pre-booking but to my surprise was given a ticket for an unknown price since I have no idea of the exchange rate of Turkish lira ...
... dervishes is a revived branch of Islamic religion. The perform a dance called sema, which means sky. Our guide explained how the religion centres around the belief that everything revolves, seasons, days, planets, atoms (to which Chris muttered scientific corrections) and their dance is a form of prayer which reflects this.
First we went to Suleymaniye Mosque - of suleyman the magnificent ...
... four tiny little ceramic bowls and a coke. Good win for the budget.
In the evening we hooked up with the Fanatics Tour and finally found Jessie. We drank the night away with a large number of Australians and only ran into five other people from our same teaching agency in the same bar. Not sure who was teaching the youth in London that week. On Thursday, we had a 4am get-up and were in the bus heading for the peninsula of Gallipoli. ...
We visited the Blue Mosque, or the Sultan Ahmet Camii, as the Turks call it. It’s called the “blue” mosque because of the blue tiles that are all over the walls and ceiling. The Mosque was built from 1609-1616, during the rule of Ahmed I. It is still popularly used as a mosque.
98% of Turkey’s population is ...
... we get them home I suppose. On the trek home along the Av we passed the Galata Tower. The view from there would've been amazing but the line up had me done. Enough of the walking so we trammed it back to the hippodrome. Canned sardines! All part of the adventure. One hand on the rail the other on my wallet ;) Out to dinner to spend the rest of our Turkish Lira, Istanbul's tourist strip at night is stunning, all the waiters outside their ...