Blue World Hotel
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TripAdvisor Reviews Blue World Hotel Istanbul
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... ambulances were moving about at a rapid rate of knots (the local fire station is right behind this hotel - which is very comforting !!) and there was disturbance and loud shouting in the streets, which is rarely heard here. Obviously two of the local lads had a falling out and it was getting fairly serious with shorts ripped off, taxis being dented and running to and fro. At one stage a knife was produced but calmer heads separated the pair and it settled down. About ...
... was filled with guns, swords, daggers, lances, shields, standards and armour. The quarters of the Haram was quiet and surrounded by gardens and walls. The next stop was the Hagia Sophia - a church that was built by Constantine, who built it to redeem himself after killing 5,000 rioters, who had burnt the first church. Lunch was provided at a traditional Turkish Kebab restaurant, salad, pide pizza and Chicken Kebab, rice and ...
... around some of the sites we missed yesterday. not so many people in the park, then remembered that today is a Monday so that would explain the large numbers of people yesterday. Headed for Istanbul early afternoon but relatively easy drive, arrived at the hotel around 7pm. We headed out for tea and a walk while Tim dropped the hire car off at the airport.
... the cruise started. It was less rocky once the boat was moving so I felt a bit better. Once I got over the sickness, we decided to play Monopoly Millionare The Card Game. Uncle Rezal decided that we should stop so we could enjoy the the view. Aunty Niza agreed whole-heartedly because she was losing badly!(hahahaha!!!)7 357;. After a long time the ...
Finally, after being near the top of my list for so many years, I made it to Istanbul!
Today was all about the Hagia Sofia (ahh-yah sofia, meaning "Holy Wisdom"), the greatest and biggest and most important church in the world for so many centuries after the fall of Rome and for 1000 years of Byzantine rule...until the Ottomans took Istanbul in 1453CE and converted it into a mosque that lasted for nearly 500 years, until it became a museum in the ...