Hilton ParkSA Istanbul
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... of the maze I had 6 date requests for various fancy restaurants around town at 8pm (an hour after the bazaar closed in order to give them time to change into their finest, bahahaha). Let's just say if I haven't found a suitor by the time I'm 35 perhaps I will return and get taken away on a magic carpet ride.
After my speed dating, I mean scarf shopping couple hours I finally made my way through the streets to the main square where the Blue Mosque ...
... miss. Setting off on foot reasonably early, we realised that the fine weather had already led to dozens of giant tour buses, and many dozens of smaller ones, filling the nearby Sultanhamet Square. Despite this, we decided that a visit to the Blue Mosque, en route to the Spice Market, would be well worthwhile. What we hadn't counted on was that Friday is the holiest day of the week for Muslims, and we were confronted with signs informing us that the mosque would ...
... of his time and his legacy lives long in the spirit of the people of Turkey.
There is a lovely inscription of his which is found on the Kemal Atatürk Memorial, Anzac Parade, Canberra in regard to the bravery of our Australian soldiers at Gallipoli. Here is a link if you wish to read it:
Last year in Turkey, there was an uprising of the people as a result of President ...
... areas and beautiful Greek inspired monuments. Its surprising how close the main attractions are in Istanbul, the area we are staying (Sultanahmet) is home to the Hippodrome, Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia and many more attractions that we will visit today,all within 15 minutes walk from the hotel.
Our next stop is the Blue Mosque, where we have been told to wear long skirts, and a shawl to cover our shoulders and heads. The Blue Mosque is ...
... church workers said they preferred to keep the songs on Christian terms for this concert. It was very cold in the large church but we figured this would be the case so we layered up. We sang a well received concert by the people who came to listen. There were visitors coming and going but many took seats in the pews. We received some claps from the audience which is fairly rare to do in a church. Overall the official first day in Turkey has been a great ...