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Travel Blogs from Istanbul
... the privilege of a tour inside a fully functioning mosque. While waiting in line to enter, our guide gave us some information on the mosque's design as well as the dress code for inside. We removed our shoes, placed scarves over our heads and the boys even had to cover their legs. Once inside, the smell of feet was strong but nothing compared to the beautiful blue tiles that adorned the inside of the domes. Being one of the major sites to see in Istanbul this place ...
... massage. My massage was rough and caused damage to my shoulder that lasted and caused over 8 weeks of pain, stiffness, therapy and healing. They can be rough and unaware they are hurting you. Just advise them to stop and they will either lessen the pressure placed or stop completely. Mine was too late to avoid.
Cleansed in body and mind, Josh and I returned to our hotel to attend a traditional Turkish evening of dancing and dinner. The show ...
... heaven). It looks so perfect with the blue sky behind it that it looks like its been painted into the surrounding scenery. We went inside and the first thing we both noticed is that it smelt like smelly feet. As all people had to take there shoes off its really no surprise that it smelt a tad funky. The inside was full of stain glass windows and tiles, very beautiful and magnificent.
Outside the blue mosque is a park with a big fountain ...
... know that until two years ago anyone could just buy a licence….nice to learn that the govt introduced a driving test. Mind you, it may take longer to stamp out the use of hashish by long-haul truck drivers! I wonder in how many cities, a travel company had to state a disclaimer that they cannot be held responsible for missed site seeing due to traffic jams! Our day ended sometime after 7pm with no time to see the spice market, unfortunately.
... because we were lost in the maze of streets. Eventually we found help (not many people speak English other then to say hello, look at my carpet, come in, etc.) and got to the square and bank machines. After that we wandered until we found a restaurant. After eating we came to the hotel for sleep, early about 7pm.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services