Tria Hotel Istanbul
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Making our way to Istanbul today, but first visited the Kabatepe Information Centre & Museum in the National Park, great multi-stage audio-visual display / presentation of the Battle of the Dardanelles and the Gallipoli landings at Helles Point and Anzac, but from the Turkish point of view. After drove up to Anzac again for a swim off North …
Excellent breakfast at the Tria Hotel, even down to honey dripping off a fresh honey comb. Bus to ferry at the Golden Horn, then 2-3 hours on ferry up and down the Bosphorus Straits, visiting the elaborate hunting palace of the Sultans en route. Many other historic buildings to see as well as 2 spectacular suspension bridges spanning the straits. …
... way to get water to the residents of istanbul is now a place for underground fishes and for tourists to dress up in sultan clothes and have their pictures taken. it was quite big - they sometimes called it the sunken palace.. we went up the galata tower. you can kind of guess how the history goes. it was built in the 1300s for defense. and then the otomans added and subtracted to make it things like a prison and a fire watch tower. now its made for elevators and the ...
... from nearby mosques and decided that life was pretty damn good. I did not know at this stage but aspects of Wednesday would test this thought...
Wednesday started well. I retraced my steps from the previous day and was soon in the main tourist area of the city - Sultanahmet - marvelling at numerous mosques and other historic buildings. Say what you like about any religion but various beliefs have given the world some of its most stunning architecture. ...
... which had four statues of horses in gilded copper on top, stood at the northern end; and the Sphendone (curved tribune of the U-shaped structure, the lower part of which still survives) stood at the southern end. These four gilded horses, now called the Horses of Saint Mark, whose exact Greek or Roman ancestry has never been determined, were looted during the Fourth Crusade in 1204 and installed on the façade of St Mark's Basilica in Venice. The track was lined with other ...