Santa Sophia Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Santa Sophia Hotel Istanbul
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... the last two passengers to get onboard meant we were clapped when we arrived… Istanbul is such a varied city, that it is impossible to see everything it offers in just one day. I think it will be added to the ‘need to go back to list’. Fun fact: The Topkapi Palace (i.e. where the Sultan’s Harem lived) kitchens once employed over 1000 servants who worked around the clock to serve the 5000 residents that lived in the ...
We flew into istanbul from venice yesterday night. I came down with a cold in venice, probably because I didn't drink enough water during our hikes in the cinque terre. So Dorothy went galavanting around venice while I slept in. She reports venice isn't her favorite city: too many tourists and nothing to do. We got a great deal on air bnb for our accommodations in istanbul. $28 / night for 4 nights, located 7min away from taksim square, the modern center of istanbul where people go to ...
... to fill out, the same with Germany. In Turkey they just had lines that said nothing to declare, or stuff to declare. I wonder why Canada makes you fill out the declaration card. Finally made it Canada. Landed in Calgary and have to wait 3 hours till me flight to Lethbridge. I was unable to sleep in the plane so at the moment it's hard to keep my eyes open. I was good till the last hour of my Frankfurt ...
Today was the first full day our class had in Istanbul. It was exciting going to bed the previous night knowing that we would dive right into the everyday life of this city.
The first event we had in this day was visiting Istanbul's Blue Mosque. This Mosque is a worship site for Muslims who are followers of Islam and it is a popular site for ...
When Istanbul and i were first introduced early on a Monday morning, neither of us were at our best. I was disheveled and sticky from 25 hours of flying and airporting. Istanbul was very much awake, but looked like she'd had a rough night. Rubbish littered the side of the train tracks, graffiti covered the walls and overpasses, and a clammy grey fog clung to the city, much like how I imagine a clammy grey fog would cling in some Dickensian novel (which I have not read). ...