Levent Otel Istanbul
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... checked off our to do list we headed for the taxi stand to make our way to the hotel.
Of course we arrived smack in the middle of rush hour so despite our drivers best efforts to ignore lanes of traffic and any other safety procedures, it still took us the better part of an hour to arrive in the Sultanahmet area of Istanbul where our hotel was perfectly situated. Ed and Anna did a fantastic job with the hotel selection, it was about a five minute walk to 80% of ...
... rest before a late breaky and cool off swim in the pool before departure. Had to say goodbye to our new found mates staying next door to us, a Dutch lady and Aussie guy with a young daughter (who Owen had stayed up talking to the night before till around 1am...). They'd driven all over as they were emigrating back to aussie and were keen to give us tips on Eastern Europe which would be very welcomed. Nick still in a bad way, so we set him up in the back ...
Today we woke up exactly as breakfast ended so spent ages just hanging around not doing much. Eventually we wandered out with grand plans to get food on the big street up the hill, book a tattoo appointment from Nim and Deejay and visit the mosques across the river. However, as soon as we got to the top of the hill it started bucketing with rain; we quickly took cover in a kebab shop, had our breakfast/lunch then ran over to ...
... the blue mosque and aya sofia. It was evident we had picked a spectacular city for our entry into Europe. Afterwards we headed to the Bosporus for a fish kebap, which was sold from small boats with piles of fresh fish. Despite swallowing a fish bone or two they were pretty amazing - a good start the great food we had over the coming days. The next morning we made it in to the blue mosque, named after the hand designed tiles that covered the walls inside the prayer area. After ...
Today was the first full day our class had in Istanbul. It was exciting going to bed the previous night knowing that we would dive right into the everyday life of this city.
The first event we had in this day was visiting Istanbul's Blue Mosque. This Mosque is a worship site for Muslims who are followers of Islam and it is a popular site for ...