Hotel Goldenday Wings
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... site. Once we entered the premises, we saw that it was a full city! There was a hospital, library, shopping mall, and residences for the wealthy. The eccentric Roman emperor Trajan had made it into an ancient version of Beverly Hills and affluent people were encouraged to come and spend their wealth on the plethora of excessive jewels. It was an eye-opening experience to see that people's obsessions really haven't changed that ...
... are visibly able to see where the external fireplaces were, with the pipes carrying the hot air into the homes to heat both the floors and the walls. They also had a primitive type of cooling for summer. Once we left the Terrace Houses, we went to visit the communal toilets!!! They were arranged side by side with no partitions between them and apparently slaves heated the toilet stones (seats) in winter before their masters used them. The most well known and photographed building ...
... which had in its center a water pool that was about 600 feet in length. The agora could hold 7000 people.
WOW#5 was the Greek theater which had converted to a Roman style theater that needed virtually no restoration. It is large and beautiful.
WOW#6 was the Temple of Aphrodite, for whom the site was named. She was the Greek goddess of love and beauty and the temple dedicated to her was the focal point ...
... Blue Mosque and St Sophia.
Istanbul does not have laundromats - so washing was an exercise of relays in the bathroom basin. The room ended up looking like a wet day laundry !!!!!!!
After an exhausting afternoon washing(!) we set off in to the pedestrian mall which leads to Taksim Square - the full length of the mall must be several Kms - with brand names mingled with Turkish gear and souvenirs. Thousands out shopping, eating, chatting, ...
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We walked off the beaten path from here to the Double Church- a large building with some archways and pillars remaining with some carved stones with crosses and other words written, presumably, in Latin. The baptism pool had been uncovered along with a fountain. It was a large church. On our way there and back, we passed a ...