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... is still underway to restore much of the mosaic decoration of Mary and the other saints. The detail is amazing.
The Basilica Cistern is where you go to escape the heat - lots of columns holding up the roof, fish in the water. Its dark, atmospheric and was a set used for From Russia with Love apparently.
I wanted to go to the top of the Galata tower to take some pictures of the old city from a height. Unfortunately I was not alone long slow moving ...
... Empire would be Byzantium, not Rome. Then his ego got out of control and he changed the name of the capital to Constantinople.
Constantinople was to remain the capital of the Roman Empire for over 1,000 years, from 330 to 1453 AD. With the fall of Rome in the fifth century, the Western Roman Empire was done (kaput, as the Huns used to say), and the Eastern Roman Empire would eventually become known as the Byzantine Empire. If Constantine had still been around ...
... Maybe it’s healthier if you sleep closer to the floor; maybe it should be seen as progress that the bed is not on the floor. Every bed I slept on was low to the floor, very low. Climbing into or out of the bed could be hazardous but I didn’t see any hazardous signs like a sign with a bed crossed out with a line drawn through it.
You don’t need an alarm clock in Turkey. The 5:30 a.m. wake up call is free of charge. The mullah climbs ...
... blue scarf. I personally could have skipped the bazaar, but again, it is a must. Two things I really like about Turkey: no nakedness all over the place and SEPARATE bathrooms, YES! Thanks to muslems with high morals. Actually, all over Europe, bathrooms are called WC for water closet. When I was a little girl, in Mexico, we also called the bathroom "guater. " I thought that was the Spanish word for toilet. It wasn't until I started volunteering at Balboa Park that ...
... when needed. The church is also known as the "Patriarchal Church of the Great Myrrh". It is a relatively small church, particularly given its status in the world of Christianly and this is because of Islamic law which stipulates that all non-Islamic buildings must be smaller and humbler than corresponding Islamic buildings. That's ended my tour which took me till 12 pm. I then went and explored the area more around my hotel as the weather was nicer. My hotel ...
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