Radisson Blu Conference & Airport Hotel
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... it was, as here we were able to take our time exploring what is now a national museum but had in the past been a church and a mosque. Great restoration is in progress there with the biggest scaffolding I've ever seen sitting along one side of the interior. Fortunately there was enough for us to explore and marvel at, particularly the extensive mosaics and marble work, to keep us busy for some time. The tombs outside the building were ...
... Sultans until early in the 20th century when the dynasties came to an end. It was rather like entering the Forbidden City in Beijing - the same feeling of the general public getting a chance to see just how wealthy the ruling families were and how all the Royal families supported or wanted to gain favour with each other. We also explored the Harem - absolutely beautiful examples of blue mosaics. After that we stepped into ...
... on the toll road and pressed on.
It was then that we approached the outskirts of Istanbul for the beginning of a very memorable experience. The ring road of Istanbul is about 22 km long, and every single inch was jammed with what seemed like every vehicle in Turkey. We crawled forward, bit by bit, setting off more alarms at tolls, surrounded by lorries belching out black fumes and the sound of sirens as every government or remotely connected official seemed to ...
... and us making it through passport control that our flight was no longer even listed on the carousel boards! We were searching through piles of cases like dead bodies, which had been cast to the side of each carousel. Then by some miracle I spotted our two cases standing solo in a cordoned off area near one of the carousels. Relieved, we were then on our way to our hotel. Located in the Bakirkoy district, our hotel is ...
... messenger I have to question, does it really matter how we get closer to God? Sure there are sacred texts in the bible which say the only way to God is through Jesus, but I'm pretty sure the Koran has something similar about Muhammad. In the end it really comes down to faith I suppose, but I can't sleep comfortably thinking God would condemn entire nations for praising him through a different medium. What does this mean for me then? Well nothing ...