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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... Palace. Respectively, they are an immense mosque, built in the 16th century as a show of Islamic pride against the huge cathedrals of Europe, a Christian basilica begun in sixth century AD and later converted to a mosque by the Ottomans , now a museum, and the Palace, once the home of sultans and their harem, now a public building.
Tthe scale of each cannot be really shown in these pictures, ...
... outside at a place with a free toilet, got a good Turkish Beer and a sandwich on absolutely delicious bread. After meandering through the market for a few minutes we resumed the bus to get to the port.
From the bus we could see the lower part of the Beyoglu area. Shops, restaurants, people having fun. If we get back to IST, we’ll check it ...
... also he must have thought he was 15 minutes late too. An up and down flight and our 6 hour layover in the Athens airport commenced. We had hot chocolate and Tea. Caleb did some school. I passed out on the floor of the airport as Caleb played in a kids zone. Caleb told me that once his body wakes up - it can't go back to sleep until it's dark. It's weird but that's how his body works. Caleb and I ate both breakfast and lunch at the airport. Christine ...
... be a church which has been converted into a Mosque and thus displays many Christian and muslim symbols in the same place of worship, the Basilica Cestirn was my favourite place in Istanbul these ancient cysterns beneath the city with many fish swimming between the pillars and the Medusa's head on its side was fascinating.
I did not have any idea where I was going next and every plan seemed to get blocked somehow. The aim was to be home in time for my friends Jaques ...
... painting the ceramics and browse the showroom, where I purchased some traditional Turkish tea cups :)
For our final night we all attended a Turkish folklore evening. With a bottomless glass of alcohol, Dervish dancers and Belly dancers, I think we had a really good end to our tour.
Dan and I were both very sad to say goodbye to our new friends, and our tour guide Ilker, but the world is a small place and hopefully its not goodbye, but see you soon. :)