Santa Sophia Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Babysitting service
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... a church, but we could hear them. Listening to all of the people say prayers was a really great and insightful experience. I would definitely make sure to see the prayers next time I come, because it is so different from my culture, and in the states we just don't have anything like it (That I know of, anyways!). Next we went to the Galata tower. It was giant, 600+ years old and had an incredible view! It was one of the must sees ...
This entry will be really short. The morning was spent seeing Ephesus. Its just amazing to see the ancient ruins and imagine how the city was in its heyday. Apart from that, I took a fall today. :( I was coming down the steps of the theater in Ephesus, and the stone steps are uneven, broken and sometimes smooth. Inspite of wearing hiking shoes, I just slipped. Thankfully, and this is ...
... big city and very chaotic. The traffic is insane and they do not have very many traffic lights nor do they give pedestrians the right of way. They do not stop for anyone and they drive really fast even on residential streets. Sometimes it takes a long time to get across the street. Angie lives in Buca which is like a suburb. She lives in a neighborhood that has a lot of college students because it is very near to the university that Angie teaches ...
We have seen so many beautiful places in our travels but I have never witnessed a more magnificent sight as I did when the ship cruised into the Istanbul harbour. Dense housing etc. framed the harbour but it was the several mosques nestled in the midst of it all that were awesome. It was so different than anything I had ever seen and was beautiful. We decided to have a quiet night after our fabulous day before and were sitting on our balcony soaking up the scenery when ...
... hotel room for the day that I arrived. I don't know how much time I would actually be able to sleep. I now have my airport plan down. I arrive, get through visa (if necessary), get through customs, grab my bag, change my money, grab a taxi if late (I don't mess around with public transport as a solo traveller if it's late at night), or public transport if it's early enough, head to my hotel. Because the late arrival of my flight, I changed all my money, and a bit more to Lira ...