Med Cezir Hotel
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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Hello, again, Blogonauts!
Alright, I am a bit behind. I've included a flush of photos as penance.
The source for my seeming silence is .... hmmm ... I have it! ... a combination of jetlag and joie d'vivre! What better excuses can there be?
I mean it ... what better excuse can you apply for me here? While I'm awaiting …
Hello again, Blogonauts! Istanbul is indeed lovely, and among its charms are the various mosques and minarettes of the old city. Unfortunately, sometimes jarringly, from these minarettes comes a pre-dawn Arabic alarm clock. At precisely 5:36 AM, the loudspeakers on the nearby Blue Mosque sprang into surprisingly sonorous action as the muezzin urged …
... just a stone's throw from the harbour ... perhaps they're watch-geese too! But I have no idea what purpose the cats serve ... they just loll about trying to look gorgeous ... I'd think they'd be better on the doner kebab menu ... cat kebab:)
We strolled around the city today, enjoying the warm sunshine, and looking out for a new cell-phone cover for my phone. I fancied something with lots of bling, but the range for ...
... that were cracked and sagging and I hate to think of the consequences of another major earthquake.
It was a privilege for me to be able to see what I saw of the Hagia Sophia who is a grand old lady who doesn't deserve to become just another crumbling ruin on the landscape of Europe
Other buildings on the site like the 500 year old Sultan's tombs are in pristine condition and are delightful to look at, once you forget about the bodies in the little green coffins...
... I hope it was) The interior was really beautiful, and I quite like those patterns made by mosaic. I also like the dome shaped roof, looking from the inside, the light when through the small windows, lighten up the colourful mosaic, also matching with the patterns on the wall and on the floor, it was quite a view.
After that, I rushed to my final stop: Topkapi Palace, which is my most look forward one, cos the photos on websites were so beautiful. And it didn't let ...