Palazzo Donizetti Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
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... the 5th century when the city walls were erected. The first Chora Church was rebuilt by Justinianus (527-565) in place of this chapel. The mosaics and frescoes in the Chora are the most beautiful examples dating from the last period of the Byzantine painting (14th century). The characteristic stylistic elements in those mosaics and frescoes are the depth, the movements and plastic values of figures and the elongation of figures. After continuing to serve as a church following the ...
... on the job. I strolled across one of the bridges and spent a good hour watching the fishermen lined up along the edge catching whatever they could. Below them was a series of restaurants, presumably cooking what the fishermen were catching. It looked heavenly.
One thing you can’t help but notice strolling through Istanbul is the traffic. It is without doubt the most chaotic and dangerous I’ve ever seen. People have no problem blocking roads to have a cigarette, ...
... of travel to get home but today's leg is fairly short - just over 2 hour flight to Istanbul. I had purchased this Altas Jet ticket for $60 on the internet and didn't know what to expect. I was guessing I might have to pay a huge fee for my luggage or there was something hidden in the low cost. I was wrong. The flight was wonderful. I didn't pay anything extra for the luggage and there was even a free breakfast of meat and cheese, tomato, cucumber, muffin, bread and butter. ...
... though we had been there -- it had been a REALLY long time -- who can remember the fine details? We had a lovely outdoor breakfast and then took off. First stop was Topkapi Palace.
Today was all about photoshop -
I got to the office at 9:30 and Izzet was out at a lesson. After a few hand gestures with his two assistants, I took Izzet's seat and opened up my photos, determined to practice. I was able to erase a billboard, a pole and an ugly building in the way of a pretty building in addition to fixing the coloring and adjusting the framing of a few photos. It was frustrating, tedious and so fun to see ...