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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of God. 'Sophia' is the phonetic spelling in Latin of the Greek word for wisdom. It's famous for its massive dome, it is considered the epitome of Byzantine architecture and is said to have "changed the history of architecture." It remained the world's largest cathedral for nearly a thousand years, until Seville Cathedral was completed in 1520. • Sultan Selim Turbesi mosque. It's the second oldest imperial Ottoman mosque in Istanbul built in ...
Lottie's set of rooms are perfect... peaceful, well air-conditioned and well provisioned... close to Tacsim and yet sited amongst an incredible tangle of steep alleyways full of derelict buildings, smart and dilapidated tenements, churches (the first Armenian Evangelical Church is here), little shops (unbelievably, wool-heaven turns out to be nine doors ...
... to the hot room and gestured to lie down on the marble. It was fair to say that after all of that, I felt pretty relaxed and aside from the front massage, it was a most enjoyable experience. I never thought that I would enjoy getting soaped up by a middle aged Turkish man quite so much!
After lying down for what must have been about 15-20 minutes, I had a cold shower, changed into a dry cloth, took a huge fluffy towel and made my way back to the changing ...
... shop one would never know was an entrance to the underground area, we went to a fancy tile shop with which our guide clearly had an "arrangement". We allowed ourselves to be talked into buying some pretty trinkets, and then went to have lunch before heading to the airport. Lunch was wonderful; chicken shish kabobs, lamb shish kabobs, a spicy meatball pita sandwich, and a beautiful cheese plate. Yum!!! We made it to the airport early and ...
... br> The Grand Bazaar was surprisingly shut too, probably the only day it ever does. I found another money exchange so went ahead as I needed to eat and was too scared to spend on my last 15 Lira.
As most places were shut I was able to look more at ...