Turk Art Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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The Hagia Sophia ( Full translation means Shrine of the Holy Wisdom of God) is still standing, and that is something of a miracle. The first version was built in 336 AD in the reign of the Emperor Constantine and served as a cathedral. During riots in the city in 404 AD the church was burnt down to the ground. The next version was built in 415, and served as a Cathedral until it too was burnt down in riots that badly damaged the city in 532 AD. Third time lucky you would think, ...
... runner would've been between $900-$1200, which is 55% off the appraised price and they do free shipping and pay your taxes on it, plus it comes with an appraisal certificate. It's much MUCH cheaper than if you bought one in the states, but although it's an investment piece that would outlive us it's still a whole lot of money and ultimately not really our style and so no rug for us. Just a really cool experience. The rest of the bazaar was extremely busy with lots of stores ...
... There will be no cars or buses allowed on the roads, and it did make me wonder how some of them will get up. Emma's friend came last year, and it was a five hour walk/climb in the heat. Thank goodness we didn't have to do that.
Emma took lots of photos and videos, with the intention of using and sharing them as a resource when teaching about ANZAC day - I thought that was a pretty nice thing to do.
I had ...
... called his "bed" that was tucked behind a curtain and lodged between two walls right off the living room. This was one of the best marketing ploys I had seen in a long time, but for some reason Sam Jackson loved it, maybe because Caroline had been talking it up since booking it months before. As the sun rose, we looked over our balcony and noticed the bay below us. The apartment was located in the center of the estuary of the Golden Horn, and the view ...
... needs a rush of energy every now and then.
Day 5 – Full Bellies
Today was a day full of food. We went on the Culinary Backstreets’ “Two Continents Tour.” This consisted of being taken around to different restaurants/markets to try the various local foods on the Asian and European side of Istanbul.
Our guide, Senem, was fantastic! The group was only 6 people and the perfect size for us. We were able to get ...