Ramada Kaya Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... a distance. The inside told an interesting story of the history of its use as you could see where the Muslims had painted over the earlier Christian paintings and idols and replaced them with their own texts. I barely saw Matt's face as it was constantly behind the camera. Jesus then took us to the Grand Bazaar. On the way there he tricked us into going into a carpet shop which conveniently belonged to some of his friends. We noticed that all of the little stops along the way were ...
... family had lived at Topkapi Palace ( I am seeing that later). The medieval TopkPi was lacking contemporary style, luxury and comfort, so Abdul,Euclid decided to build a new modern palace. It cost 5 million Ottoman mecidiye gold coins, 35 tones of gold. Equivalent of 1.5 billion as of 2013. It was home to 6 Sultans from 1856, up until the abolition of the caliphate in 1924. The last royal to live there was Caliphate Abdulecid Efendi. On March 3, 1924 ...
... I've always found his struggles for freedom (of religion, from ethnicity-based oppression, from imprisonment and from genocide) to be fascinating and inspiring. From everything I've heard, he was an incredibly stubborn, strong-willed person (a definite Sado trait), and that fighting spirit saved him on many occasions as he narrowly escaped the Armenian/Assyrian Genocide under the Ottoman Empire, was mistakenly held by the British as a prisoner of war while trying ...
The Blue Mosque is the closest. The interior does have a blue cast but it is rather plain. Next was the site of the old Roman Hippodrome, still recognizable. One end is build on arched supports and fill since the whole is built on a hill. Three spires adorn the old central 'spina'. The Aya Sophia, built as a church, used as a mosque and now a museum had great mosaics and tiles as well ...
... tried to find a restaurant
on the "new" side on Istanbul but we failed miserably! We search for a good half hour,
until we found it and it was closed… Giving up we went and got shisha on a stretch
which would have had 20+ cafes only doing shisha, was crazy. After a pretty
full day and an early 7am start the next day for our Turkey busabout tour, we
called it at about 12 and went to bed.