Star Hotel Istanbul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... air we taxied further then we hurtled down the runway and lifted off in the air. The flight home was sleepless I found it hard to fall asleep on the early morning flight, watching movies through the flight passed the time quickly and after watching 3 movies the plane crossed a familiar city as it came in to land ...
... in the square next to the mosque by the water for some guy called Hafiz Mustafa. Not sure who he was or what he did, but something about 150 years. There were fezes with his name etc....TONS of people, a stage set up with singing, whirling dervishes, people in Ottomon style costumes, and food carts. We decided to change our plans and stay to enjoy the celebration. ...
... for over 32 hours! Our last day in Istanbul was a tick list We needed to eat gozlemes and drink Turkish coffee (and drink a few more Efes beers which were a really good drop - get on board if they sell them in aus) and see the topikapi palace. We breezed through that list easily and left on our overnight bus to thessaloniki - in northern Greece. We hugged our friends again ( a couple of times as one was from Kahlia) and are looking forward to seeing them again in London ...
... and I felt that aside from being nervous about potentially offending Turkish people by mispronouncing words, we as a group were strong in our performance. There were a few times people were off pitch,such as in "Yerakina," but when we are outside, had not warned up and have to sing very loudly it's understandable. In general, I think it was a fabulous idea and would love to sing in that environment again.
After all of these events we went to the Grand Baazar, which ...
We were told by others to take a taxi to the Chora Church because of the distance. The Chora church is now a museum and is best known for the Byzantine mosaics depicting various Christian events. it was originally built as part of a monastery, The name of the church when translated is the Church of the Holy Saviour in the Country. The original church was built in the 5th century and was originally outside the 4th century walls of Constantine the Great. The current ...