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... It was originally covered with gilded bronze plaques, but they were sacked by Latin troops in the Fourth Crusade. The stone core of this monument also survives, known as the Walled Obelisk.
Monday, July 14 2014
*Now that we have arrived in the Muslim part of the world, I must remember to wear earplugs when sleeping. Our delightful hotel is surrounded by mosques and the dawn call to prayer is louder than any alarm clock – and goes on longer!
*Another day of rest, another laundry day in the bathroom.
*It's a hot sunny day.We decide to guide ourselves around the main sights of the Sultanahmet ...
... the city and the river as the sun went down. One of my friends, who shall remain nameless (but you know who you are) encouraged me to get out of my comfort zone and try some "traditional cuisine." Well I enjoyed my meal at the time, but during the night I woke up with terrible stomach pain and a bad feeling I was heading down the food poisoning path. But after a short time of prayer I fell back asleep and the pain left me and I didn't suffer any more symptoms. Praise The ...
Breakfast on roof top bar and then off to see the sights! Awesomeness that our hostel was located in Sultanahmet district right near all the highlights ;) First stop: Aya Sofya Istanbul's most famous monument, completed in 537 it was the greatest church in Christendom until Mehmet the conquerer converted it into a mosque in 1453. In 1935 it became a Unesco world heritage site and a museum. Magnificent domed ceiling soaring heavenward above cavernous rooms and hallways; covered ...
... them. After breakfast, we took the kids down to the Sea of Marmara to bathe after the hot weather in Alexandria and the . On our way back, we see an ancient Byzantine Church in the shape of a corn stalk. Fu-han said it was called the Campanile of Sant' Apollinare. It was pretty different from the temples we saw in Alexandria.
After seeing the beauty of Constantinople after a couple hours, we decided to stay for longer than expected and explore the city. For the ...