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... and this helps break the boredom.
This Turkey trip has been one of the best we have done and this is a result of the tour leader, our travelling companions and the amazing things we have seen and the activities we have done. It really has been an incredible trip and we'd recommend this to ...
... Bosporus and Sea of Marmara. They also have beautiful blue tiles in many of the rooms. It was a lovely combination of gardens and relaxing views as well as grand arches and ornate rooms. In the hall of Holy Relics, they have had an Imam reading the Koran continuously since the 16th century. It was erie and peaceful to hear him sing/chant. It truly felt like we were transported back in time. After lunch we walked over to the grand bazaar. After an orientation so that we ...
... mentioned and just drank downstairs. Eventually we made it out and got some food and event to a few places, one of which had this gross sewage smell the entire time and the other was apparently a metal club but we get in there and they are playing anything but. Eventually though a cover band comes on and they play some decent songs, man we drank so much here. After here we stumble our way back to hotel and get another cocktail or beer, I don't remember ...
... mosque by Mehmet the Conqueror in 1453, and was declared by Ataturk as a museum in 1935. Compared to the Blue Mosque opposite, its exterior is not as attractive, but the interior is something else. It's up there with one of the most magnificent religious buildings we've seen. The Christian and Islamic combination of elements side by side are very unique and beautiful, along with atmospheric mosaics, marble, and light. It's so harmonious and has a very calm air inside despite the throngs ...
... sights of Istanbul from the Bosphorous. After the Grand Bazaar it was most relaxing as there is always something to admire that you missed the day before. When we were taken back to Hotel Conrad we went up to the top floor restaurant to enjoy a view of the sun setting over Istanbul. I was pleased to wear the gold pendant I had got in the Bazaar for our 44th wedding anniversary and reflected that the day we had just had was as busy and enjoyable as had been our wedding ...