Agva Greenline Guesthouse
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... up the sights. Built in the early 17th C it's real name is Sultan Ahmed Mosque but quickly acquired the nickname of the Blue Mosque due to the blue glazed tiles that decorate its interior.
Mandy thought that she was adequately covered, a new scarf to cover head, a shirt below the knees, a shirt with short sleeves, but covering shoulders. But no, she did not pass inspection, and was kitted out by the very strict door police with a blue shirt and ...
... a busy day in Istanbul. Oscar greeted us at our bus outside of the hotel. We exchanged our dollars for lira and hopped on. The first stop: the Blue Mosque aka the Sultan Ahmet Camii. The mosque is called the Blue Mosque because of the thousands of beautiful blue tiles in the ceiling, and when I say beautiful I mean it! When we got to the door we were told to remove our shoes and the women in the group had to cover their heads with a scarf or cloth. I was very thankful ...
... whose husband lost his grip as she went flying onto the floor in a heap during a particularly good riff in the middle of “Johnny Be Good.” Her form was as spectacular as her sculpted calves. She should, however, eat more.
I am happy to inform you that everyone on this cruise seems to possess shoes and is bereft of baseball caps. Yippee.
Deciding that I need not live my entire life in only one night, I decide to call it ...
... shops and workshops, the last remaining owner being a sort of ironmonger making bits and pieces of household goods in a really dark little space. Mind you, Pete thought it was pretty good, all these old tools and ‘junk’ to play with. We were able to wander around, it was fascinating to think that it would once have been a busy space upstairs and down. I went upstairs to the ladies (all upgraded thanks to the theatre being established) and walked ...
... did some shopping, purchasing some lovely silver and opal jewellery. Poor Gallagher, all he got while we were in Ölüdenız was some beer:) Kayaköy's a village that was deserted by it's mostly Greek inhabitants in the general exchange of populations supervised by the League of Nations in 1923 after the Turkish War of Independence. What happened at the time was that Greek Muslims were relocated from Greece to Turkey and Ottoman Christians ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking