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After a night of anxious agitation, and demonstrations into the wee early morning hours, Istanbul is waking up nicely, with our scheduled tour on time.
We leave for Hagia Sophia which means Divine Wisdom in Greek. It was built to be an Eastern Orthodox cathedral in ancient Constantinople. It was later converted to a Roman Catholic Cathedral. But it later became a Mosque. When ...
... The Grand Bazaar- an interesting walk through an old building crowded with goods to buy of course.
The Whirling Dervishes, enough to put you in a trance, 5 men who spin round and round as an act of worship. There was some singers and music to go with it, then a walk back to the motel, part some beautiful buildings all lit up.
The Hagi Sophia an amazing place, built so many years ago, Brent has all the facts, it was massive, had some beautiful mosaics and domes. ...
... against one of the biggest hills we had ever seen. Red faced and blustering, we made it to the top and began our hunt for a kebab to rival what we had experienced in Berlin. Our quest was a failure. Overpriced and unsatisfying was the best we could do and so with heavy hearts and grumbling stomachs we headed back once again, to the disappointment that was our hostel. Thankfully, tomorrow is another day... There has to be a decent kebab here ...