The Green Park Pendik Hotel & Convention Center
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If we had any doubts about Turkey being a secular state, today put them to rest. Istanbul is a vibrant commercial city and there was business to be done. I spent breakfast once again examining the surrounding buildings. The block opposite is a fine example of the relaxed approach to buildings control. A 3-storey building was raised by a floor, which was subsequently raised again. Fair enough. While its still there, some of the joints are a but ...
... We were then headed to Troia, which was seemed great at first, but as we continued to walk through the meaninglessly tourist area, was kind of dismayed by what we found. As professor Petrie pointed out, many of these discoveries could have been rocks that were realigned to make something that possibly wasn’t there and all the instruction and boardwalks took the authenticity of the area away. Although it was still amazing to be in ...
... the words to capture it just right. The streets are cobbled and uneven, and many of them are sloped at steep inclines over the hilly terrain. Cars drive in the streets with absolutely no regard to lanes, pedestrians, or speed limit. We actually saw a guy get hit by a car today, but he seemed to shake it off pretty fast. (haha) The streets smell like lamb and turkish pastries, which are prepared openly in the streets. I am trying to ...
The bus ride from Sofia, Bulgaria to Istanbul, Turkey was by far the nicest transportation I have had on this tour around the world so far. They served me Turkish tea and snacks the whole way. There was digital television mounted in the head rest of every passengers seat but of course I couldn't understand any of the stations so I took the time to write my last blog entry. I boarded the bus at 3pm and arrived in Istanbul at 2am it was a long eleven hours but plenty comfortable. When ...
... Ataturk. It therefore has a great historical significance, but also architecturally as it shows characteristics of both the Ottoman and the Byzantine Empires. There are surprisingly few information boards in Hagia Sophia, so Andrew and I decided to get an audio guide to share. We were very pleased that we did as we learnt a lot about the history, religion and features of the building, and were able to gain a much deeper understanding of it - it certainly made the visit ...
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