Piccolo Mondo Hotel
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- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... favorite Hamam of Sultan Süleyman who it was named after. Traditionally Hamam’s were separate for men and women, but this one has converted to a couple’s bath in order to help more tourists like us experience this ancient bathing ritual. So after checking in and waiting just a bit in the lounge we were shown to our separate changing rooms where the women changed into their bikini’s and the men used the more traditional cotton towel wrap. One of the staff ...
... Istanbul) and how he got here. We arrived at Ephesus and that is where we realized how fortunate we were to have a personal guide.
Sandy’s back had been playing up and he ensured that from the start she would have a shady seat while he informed us of the history of this ancient ruin. First impressions are always important and this site is stunning. Apparently it is the 7th iteration as the city has been moved due to earthquake, fire, famine and imperial ...
... Palaces) to dine on an island in the Bosphorus. (I felt like a movie star .... we were driving along and Muge pulls up at a transfer bay. It was a mass of cars and chaos. Everyone got out, she handed her keys over to the valet and we got into a small boat. Within 5 minutes, we had reached this compact glittery island in the middle of the Bosphorus.) See wiki
"The Galatasaray Islet, (Turkish: Galatasaray Adası) is a small island on the Bosphorus strait off ...
... to say the least. After the service was concluded Rev. Deacon Nephon Tsimalis toured us around the church. It had 3 major parts, the narthex- baptism, temple, and the holy temple (inner temple). Apart from the alter was man iconostasis that were very ornate yet typical form most Greek orthodox churches. After showing us around the inside of church. We went outside to see the place were St. George was claimed to be drowned. After a long tour of St. ...
... set ups, and Nazars (blue eyes supposed to ward off evil) and all the various other Turkish trinkets sold by pretty people with friendly atmospheres. Thankfully enough, so far I had met people who spoke English and they finally pointed me to the Ayasofya. Capturing its sights and those of the Blue Mosque or Sultanahmet didn't take too long. They were all in the vicinity of each other. It was a little after noon and I had already seen some ...