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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... r 1839–61) according to 19th-century European models. Beneaththis building is a restaurant that has the most amazing views. We skipped the restaurant , food didn't look that good but did partake of the view. West of the Mecidiye Köşkü is the Head Physician’s Pavilion . Interestingly, the head physician was always one of the sultan’s Jewish subjects. Nearby, you’ll see the Kiosk of Mustafa Pasha , sometimes called the Sofa ...
... ornate, with colourful patterned tiles on the walls and interior of the dome. The coffins were all covered in green felt.
After leaving the Hagia Sophia we bought a drink each and sat on a wall to one side. A man came up and started chatting - his ulterior ...
it was a lot easier to walk. We made it to the bus stop all in 1 piece with 1
hell of a story to tell. When we finally got to Athens airport we seen news
articles and videos of that water cannon where 1 guy gets absolutely nailed by
Like I said I loved almost every minute in Istanbul. I
highly recommend Turkey and Istanbul to anyone. To me it’s a must stop for
anybody making the effort of coming to Europe. We will be back.
... Its survival alone, at this age, is astonishing. However, it was and remains one of the most majestic buildings in the world.
The building began as Christian Church, but one that was steeped in governmental power. It was designed both for worship and to impart the subtle signal that God was backing the emperor of Constantinople. As Rick Steves described it in his guide to the Hagia Sophia, "The Statue of Liberty could do jumping jacks beneath the dome (without ...
... visit, completed (I think!) my souvenir shopping, and enjoyed a quiet dinner overlooking the Bosphoros. Unfortunately, a lot of the rooms in the Archaeological Museum housing objects related to my project are closed for restoration at the moment, but I did find some useful things in there anyways. When I told John about how the rooms were closed, I added that, when they do reopen, it would be a great excuse to come back to Istanbul. ...