WOW Hotel & Convention Center
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Caleb and I watched a video playing which provided the highlights. More scaffolding on the inside as restoration work is continuous - much like the Parthenon.
We walked next door to the 'Blue Mosque' not knowing anyone can view and visit during opening times. The main square was quite impressive along with the minarets and domes of the mosque. There were some good outlines of Islam and Mohamed's last speech which gives perspective on ...
... away. One third of Istanbulites live here and make the commute daily, but it is under-visited by tourists.
Here are some of my favorite experiences from Istanbul:
... city to hang out in with fabulous archeology, mixed East-West culture and religions, amazing food and incredible handicrafts and markets.
The Grand Bazaar is completely overwhelming and wonderful. You can find anything there and it is a really fun place to people watch. Luckily we are traveling and can't buy much or we'd be in big trouble here.
As we jumped off the ferry in Kadikoy I remembered I wanted to take photos of the gypsy ladies selling flowers nearby (a perfect sunset shot), so I told the boys which building I would wait at and dashed off. I found a lovely colourful lady called Yeliz who posed with some flowers for me, and asked (via hand signals) if she’d be able to get a copy of the photos printed off. I said I would try to print them at my hostel. Then I bought a pink ...
... we visited the Archeological Museum. In contrast to the mosaics this was a let down. It wasn't that big and it was mainly just sarcophagi that had been collected from all over Turkey. There were about 100 school trips roaming around too which was a bit of a nightmare.
After lunch we finally went inside Hagia Sophia, a Byzantine church turned Ottoman mosque turned museum. Built ...