Ramada Plaza Istanbul City Center
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... elevated kiosk known as the hünkar mahfili ; and an ornate library behind the omphalion. Looking up towards the northeast (to your left if you are facing the apse), you will see three mosaics at the base of the northern tympanum (semicircle) beneath the ydome. These are 9th-century portraits of St Ignatius the Younger, St John Chrysostom and St Ignatius Theodorus of Antioch.To their right on one of the pendentives is a 14th-century mosaic of the face of a ...
... normal;">- Some of the holiest relics of Islam, including parts of the Prophet Mohammed's beard, his sword and of of his footprints set in stone. In the same exhibition we saw a metre square model of one of the holiest Islamic buildings in Mecca, made entirely from mother-of-pearl.
... will brake. In reality, no one brakes, they kinda just go faster and miraculously avoid one another. I am honestly really surprised I haven't seen an accident or seen a pedestrian hit yet!
We found some Turkish cafe thing, grabbed some orange juice, way better then any back home too i might add, also 2 pastry type things. I have no idea again what i ate, but my god it was good. They ...
We had a 5:30 am wake up call to make our flight to Istanbul. We had a quick breakfast at the buffet and cabbed to the airport. We almost didn't make the flight, the line up at the ticketing counter was incredible. There were flights leaving for all over the world at what seemed like the exact time. After ticketing, customs, and security we ran to make our bus to the plane.
Fortunately for my fellow travelers, my mental stability was adequate and ...
... we said goodbye to Davide.
The Grand Bazaar is one of Istanbul's most famous landmarks, and its name is well deserved. It is one of the largest and oldest covered markets in the world with over 3,000 shops, which attract several hundred thousand visitors daily. You can find anything and everything from jewelry, clothes, and furniture to carpets, antiques, and leather goods. It's unbelievable. We always set a "rally point" when we enter a large public area ...