Santa Ottoman Hotel
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... discovered that on Turkish buses they have similar service to planes - cups of water/soft drink/tea/coffee will be brought to you as well as snacks which was pretty cool. The hostel I had chosen to stay at was a little out of town, so when you arrive at the bus station a travel agent there will call them to come and pick you up - I almost fell over when I was picked up by a very Turkish looking man with a very Australian accent. As it turns out Attila (of ...
Well, I made it to Istanbul for round #3, although my time here (at the moment) will be pretty short-lived. Like in July, the Turkish Airlines flight was easy and convenient (albeit very tiring), and the food was really, really good :). We landed in Istanbul around 3:30 p.m., after which I stood in a few lines and then grabbed a taxi to take me to the hotel, which, thankfully, has a restaurant inside so I didn't have to go scavenging for food before I have my wits about me ...
... Bella and Lucy, arrived so we made vague plans to meet up with them later on for dinner. At some point I wandered out and got a kebab for me and Nim. We only properly wandered out around 6:30-7 and ran into bella and Lucy on the stairs. We sat in the lobby talking to them for a bit. Deejay came down and was very quiet because she was feeling very ill. We soon set off for a restaurant they'd heard was great and cheap nearby. We walked up a way that Lucy ...
... located by Taxsim Square. May 1st of course is a national holiday in most of Europe. We had overlooked one small point; Hatira our friendly host pointed out that she would be off 'remembering' fellow countrymen who had died over the years in May 1st demonstrations and that Taxsim square might be a place to avoid. When you see that even the press are carrying gas masks, you know that those are probably wise ...
... columns and water on the bottom. It also includes designs of the head of the famous Medusa which fascinates many people. This was not a huge space but the class still enjoyed walking around taking pictures and viewing this unique setting.
To end our final day in Turkey, our class and professors visited the Ecumenical Patriarchate. This is the headquarters for the Greek Orthodox Church which sits in ...