Santa Pera Hotel
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... The sounds are quite soothing especially for the sundown prayer. We got back in queue as there was only a 15 minute window to get in before the mosque closed again. They started to stop the queue behind us so some sneaky people just pushed in ahead of us. Luckily there were some South American tourists in front so we all joined forces and told them to get to the back. Gotta love that Latin fire!
We made it in just as the men were ...
... concerned about what will occur when they have a unique occasion that they have to attend. So, they are hesitant because they just aren't sure with regards to how this will probably function. Plus they don't want to decide on a diet regime exactly where they are going to feel remorseful for from time to time dwelling their life. As one example, I might pick up a review like: "I am just interested in Nutrisystem. I investigated the menus on the site and many of the food ...
... find baklavah for about a quarter.
"You feel like a real loser when you have to flag down a taxi to drive you five minutes away," said Chad after the defeat. "I turned my freaking phone's data package on to get some GPS and see exactly where we were. No lower feeling, epic fail." was Kristin's only comment.
It was worth it though, Balat, the old Jewish quarter of the city, was an area we had both wanted to see. Its old wooden ...
... Hagia Sofia, Blue Mosque), ate a ton of killer food, and basically just wandered. It was a great few days recharging our batteries a bit, as well as discovering a city with no plan.
From Istanbul, we made our way to Bursa, where our friends Adam and Ruth have family. They put us in touch with them, and we expected perhaps a nice handshake and a coffee. What we got would be similar to a solider returning home for Christmas. Their ...
... there she wasn’t sure if going in or not but since we have been doing so well with our finances she decided to go in for the second time. We took our time in here and walk around pretty much everywhere, it’s a really big construction so we were there for around 3 hours, you get to see a really big collection of religious items including the prophet Mohammed Sword, a really big icon for the Muslims.
Later on we went to the Sultanahmet Mosque or ...