Arden City Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Abdül Mecid I decided to move the court to the newly built Dolmabahçe Palace, the first European-style palace in the city. We plan to visit there too. • Hagia Sophia, a former Greek Orthodox patriarchal basilica, subsequently converted to a Roman Catholic cathedral and later an imperial mosque. It's now a museum. It was construction on the orders of Byzantine Emperor Justinian in 532 and completed in 537. The Church was dedicated to ...
... still one pack pack and bag each.....time for some shopping!!!!!!! There are 4000 shops in the bazaar. That should keep us busy for a while. We enjoyed sitting with a tea as a fellow tried to sell us a Turkish carpet, tasting the most Devine Turkish delight and Richard bought some,endless jewellery, ceramic and land shops. After that it was time for dinner. We found a little restaurant sat above the road on a deck and enjoyed the suggested meal of lamb and vegetable casserole and a ...
... when he started vigorously massaging my back and shoulders. The massage was much more pleasant on my back and my mind had completely drifted off, until a couple of cold buckets of water snapped me out of it!
I was taken through to the cold room, where I had entered originally and sat down next to a basin, which my masseur filled with warm water. My hair and beard were then washed, before warm water was repeatedly poured over my head. I was then motioned ...
... were taken from other buildings and recycled. You can see that some are one piece, and some are two put together; some are Doric style and some are Corinthian. So cool! The best part was the two Medusa heads stuck at the very back at the bottom of columns, one upside down and one sideways. Our guide told us this was done by the Christian builders of the cistern in order to insult the remaining pagans.
After exiting through ...
... were more people dressed up but it would have been too far for me and the hotels here are more expensive.
I found another large group of koreans waiting outside their hotel so chatted with them again in korean for practice some before I forget ...