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- Continental Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Emek Istanbul
Good location behind Sirkeci station.
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... least five of the most powerful empires asia and Europe have ever seen. The massive dome is famous, not only for its size, but for the light that reflects everywhere in the interior of the nave, giving the dome the appearance of hovering over the building. Since it's secularisation, a balance has been made between preserving the Islamic decorations, while uncovering select Christian mosaics that had been plastered over. As a whole the building provides ...
... that time.
We began a walk through the Hagia Sofia where many Sultans and their families are buried. The buildings are beautifully decorated inside with tiles, usually in geometric designs. Elegant arches reach the ceilings & lattice windows were open, bringing in a welcome breeze.
The food is spectacular & the Imam Biyaldi (the Priest swooned) was superb for lunch. Later we sat outside the Sultan Ahmet Mosque listening to the call of the Muezzin. ...
... he recovered and we got to the tram stop. I hadn't expected the trams to be that crowded. We let two go by until we saw one that seemed to have more room. We knew the route and where to change to the metro and the boys were much better once we got into the air-conditioned mall. Unfortunately, they both were a little scared of the dinosaurs. They were mechanical and growled. Zane was actually a bit terrified. The tour was in Turkish. ...
I imagined an average sized city, but with over 14 Million people you soon realise just how big it actually is. Tulips are booming with brightness, car horns are sounding, and the local Mosques prayers can be heard 5 times a day. The streets are very clean, which was surprising. Turkish people are very friendly. The bell of the tram keeps you on your toes as you walk through the main streets of Istanbul. Kebab stalls are everywhere, the street food is cheap ...
§ In response, as is typical of a Moral Tragedy, the higher being/gods punish the hero and everyone that he comes into contact with.
§ Another aspect that is similar to Greek Theater is how the chorus is used.
· The opening song, sung by a trio of three girls, gives some background and tells the audience what is going to happen in the show.