The Suadiye Residence
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Microwave in room
- Room service
- Russian TV Channels Available
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... in a very luxurious hotel. Unfortunately, we have little time to enjoy it as we are aware of tomorrow's early wake up call.
Turkey is a country of young people. Twenty-five percent of the population is under 15 while only five percent is over 65. Quite a difference from home. Istanbul ranks fourth in the cities with the most millionaires. Turkey produces 75% of the world's hazelnuts. And there is wifi on our ...
... In 1453 Constantinople was taken by the Ottomans and it's name changed to Istanbul. Sultan Mehmet, saw the Cathedral and ordered that it be changed into a Mosque. and until 1935 a Mosque it remained. When the First Turkish Republic was formed by Ataturk in 1936 the Mosque was closed and then reopened as a Museum. A museum which needs significant repairs and restorations just to keep it from further deterioration.
For 1500 years the building has been used and abused and ...
... the location. (Cos I originally thought that the streets beside the Basilica Cistern were the Grand Bazaar, but its not; and I also thought the basilica I went in is the one I attempted to go to, and tbh I still don;t know if I went into the right one, cos I found out afterwards that there're so many mosques and I really cant tell lol) So, just to be sure, I get off when the broadcast it was it.
Once I get off, I saw the signs and quickly get to the bazaar. The ...
... a lively discussion ranking our favorite cities so far, it was declared unanimous, Istanbul was our number favorite city on the trip so far.
We listened to the plangent call for prayer, plugged in the double burners and prepared supper; pasta Bolognese. After supper we eagerly left to have chocolate fondue across the street only to find the café had closed early. We wandered the neighborhood had ice cream and returned to our little ...
... be delivered back to our hotel by special courier, errrr ok. The rule of never leave your passport with anyone totally out of the window We are now without transport and have to get back into Istanbul, get the Metro says Adil, just up the road, ok. After walking for half an hour and no Metro in sight we asked this chap who said jump in my car I will take you, there really are some wonderful people in this world Safely back in our hotel, out ...