Tria Hotel Istanbul
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... in riot gear crowd the street and the Arctic Monkeys' Riot Van is acted out in Istanbul. Nighttime and crowds gather and music is played around Galata Tower, and down the hill boys face up to each other in Galata Kulesi Sokak. Shouts, kicks, punches and ...
... More tomorrow and a few photos once we get going. Much cooler weather here - thank goodness !
Friday 8 May 2015 - Rain !!! And plenty of it overnight. It started with the thunder storm last night but has continued as constant and at times heavy rain overnight. It seems to have eased off this morning and the forecast indicates it will abate but hope it does not wet our walking gear.
Now late in the evening and a good day appears to have ...
... you are saying or, for example, where they are on a map, they are eager to assist. From asking for a recommendation for Kebabs to desperately trying to find my way to the train, I was welcomed with accepting faces and helpful attempts. When I walked into a store with nuts, turkish delight and other goodies, the man looked a little perturbed that I was about to ask him a question that was clearly not pertaining his goods. However, when I asked him for a recommendation ...
Woke 6.45 am nice breakfast left 8.30 am. Busy day visited Topkapi Palace, one of the greatest palaces of the Ottoman period, which has a superb position overlooking the Bosphorus. Explored the magnificent St. Sophia's Basilica built by Constantine the Great. After lunch, discover the wonders of the Blue Mosque, famous for its six minarets and ...
... out of respect for the Christian figures, many of which are equally revered in Islam, some of the mosaics still stand, preserved by the plaster that covered them. In the main massive dome, an image of Jesus reveals the Christian past of the mosque. Jesus is flanked by calligraphy denoting the names of Allah and Mohammed. Seraphim (6 winged angels) support the dome. The altar of the church was originally facing ...