Turk Art Hotel
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... Finally, drenched and defeated, Eugene deposited me at a bar with a beer ordered and all the money (Turkish Lira) he had while he went in search of our hotel and a warm dry bed. The hotel staff did not bring me a drink and told me the table I was sitting at was for eating! So I had to stand up under an awning. They finally reneged and I was allowed to sit down. Poor Eugene arrived back about an hour later saturated to the bone! He had a terrible time ...
... is a former Byzantine church and former Ottoman mosque in Istanbul. Now a museum, Hagia Sophia is universally acknowledged as one of the great buildings of the world. Originally built in the 4th century, it has been reconstructed 3 times. It is a really beautiful building. By the time we finish touring the Ayasofya and sultans tombs, we head to the Blue Mosque, and encounter more good looking young men selling carpets. We are wise to them now! ...
This was a great first time trip to Istanbul and Cyprus. We did the typical site seeing stuff and we stayed quite central so we were able to walk to majority of places. We enjoyed the city and food and shopping. Its quite the touristy place. And Cyprus was really relaxing place to stay with great ...
... museum which includes the treasures from the Ottoman period and in a different wing many Holy Relics of the Muslim Religion, including the staff of Moses, you read right, Moses, and the sword of king David, as well as ancient manuscripts of the Korum in beautiful calligraphy and illuminated in gold, also a foot print of the Prophet, and several other holy relics.
After this visit we, Virginia and I, had lunch ...
... for people to visit and it is considered an important structure in the world. Throughout the building one can notice beautiful designs and icons that represent both Christianity and Islam.
After seeing the Hagia Sophia, we all took a short walk to the Basilica Cistern. This underground site is historic for it was a water filtration system for the city of Constantinople. The cistern was breathtaking as ...