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... with menus, we were expecting breakfast so we're shocked to see options for another meal as well as breakfast!! I was hoping to lose weight on this holiday- not looking likely at this rate lol!! The food again was lovely- very similar to what we'd had on the earlier flight (there was another option which Paul had but I couldn't as it was white pasta.) We were given Turkish delight on both flights. With the menus we were given little cases ...
... the Bospherous River. A little rest, Sue did a practise pack to see how we were fitting and we were back out for a last night walk. We had a few sights we wanted to walk past and thought we might try the Kaymac shop as was to be opened that day. We walked all of the way up and over the hill and decided to go past the palace. As we approached we were told it was closed for the day, we continued down though new streets that we had only seen from the tram. We were so surprised when we ...
Sunday 8th June After a very good breakfast at the rooftop terrace of the hotel we walked around Sultanahmet getting our bearings. At the entrance to Topkapi we decided that visiting it would be an all-day affair. We then passed Ayasofia and visited some of the burial tombs of sultans and their families. We had to take our shoes off to go in. We then headed towards the Blue Mosque and back to the hotel to wait for John and Cornelia. Meeting them was a happy event after four years. ...
Safely landed in Istanbul, relocated ourselves to the domestic termnial and camped on a bench in front of a Starbucks. The previous excitement is wearing off with the onset of tiredness..
I distract myself by rereading Divergent until the gate opens.
I will not include any of the ridiculously numerous airplane selfies becaus reasons.
Our first full day out in Istanbul took us to the Sultan Ahmed Mosque, which is nicknamed the "Blue Mosque" for the distinctive blue tile that is used inside. The distinctive architecture and designs are incredibly intricate, although many of the designs have deteriorated because they are portrayed in frescoes or made out of a lower quality tile. The Mosque, built in 1616, took seven years to build, and the extravagant architecture ...