Boutique Dedem Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... 8221; to replace Hagia Sophia, now a mosque.
Today Hagia Sofia is officially a museum, and some of the mosaics have been uncovered and rest between the later Islamic calligraphy added to Hagia Sofia. Much of the great structure is still in a partial state of restoration. I can vouch for the scaffolding that covers fully a quarter of the interior having been there for at least the past five years. But it’s a great example of the ...
... We had a very nice pizza and a cheese pide with Turkish tea, all for 13TL AUD$6.50). It was as though the city heard how ****** off I was at being taken advantage of and sent me a reprieve. We continued on with the purpose of just shopping around some of the back streets. We ended up in the Old Town on the southern side of the European side of Istanbul and wondered through street after stret of shopping stalls. We had wondered through this area on ...
... later. Feels like I am back in Iran again, totally pampered, refreshed and connecting with this lovely people brings a huge smile to my face and heart. Goddafes sweet lady and family!
Failing brakes problem
Leaving Cappadocia behind, I slowly make my way to Ankara to meet up with Elif again. My Turkish friend whom I did the Ayurvedic course with in India. Stopping in nature for the evening with great sunset, I find out the next morning my brakes ...
... as stressful as the bus! I will never criticise Matt's driving again! Miraculously we arrived in one piece. Our hotel is right in the heart of the old city in an area called Sultanahmet. We have a nice view of Süleymaniye Mosque or St Shopia Church or the Blue Mosque. I'm not entirely sure which one it is as they all look the same to me. Matt tells me it's the Blue Mosque. The staff here seem very helpful and nice so we are rather relieved. We can't wait ...
... all over the world, at the center of the capital city of both the Byzantine and Ottoman Empires, and a whole lot has happened in all that time.
The design and architecture and technology of the time...imagine what it took to build this. And, the art inside may not interest many of you right off the bat, but it is historically very important, even though most Christian art was removed or covered for centuries and recently ...