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... is always open for yours, except when it is time for the Call to Prayer. We were lucky enough to hear this call several times a day! We appreciated it during the middle of the day when we were walking around and touring things, but not ringing through our hotel window at about 6am. As we were leaving the Mosque, I made eye contact with a man outside of the exit gate. He smiled at me and began to walk next to us. He then told me that he thought my eyes were beautiful ...
... walk and picked up some baklava and then headed for the Galata tower. From the top of the tower you can see a 360 degree view of all of Istanbul.
I was very tired from lots of walking, heading back to the hostel I walked via the spice market where I got to try some Turkish delight. I thought I was taking a short cut, the way I chose to walk, but Istanbul is built across lots of hills with very unstructured roads that all house similar ...
So understandably did not get up until 11.30 haha showered and evaded out for lunch which was amazing and the staff were so nice. A beggar lady was sitting outside their restaurant so they gave her bread and money and asked her to move on it was just so cute and they were really nice about it! They didn't want us to eave and so we were given apple tea on the house which was amazing I love Turkish tea it's delicious. Finally at ...
... shines still. Supposedly there was an 8.5 magnitude earthquake in Istanbul in '99 so there's some scaffolding up in the interior doing some restoration work. Both the mosque and the Hagia Sophia were pretty similar on the interior with really high dome ceilings and cool artwork but the Hagia Sophia was much darker. Pretty amazing that they could build these absolutely gigantic building all out of stone so long ago. Insane amounts if weight. After the Hagia Sophia we walked a ...
... purse for the rest of the trip.
We freshened up and headed to the tram stop near our hotel. We went to Sultanahmet Camii (the Blue Mosque) and took some photos but we could not go in during prayer. We walked around the back and had our first glimpse of the Sea of Marmara.
We walked around the outside of Ayasofya, also known as, Hagia Sophia. We entered the park below Topkapi Sarayi (Palace). We wondered why there were ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility