Bostanci Prenses Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 10 lira ever time. I think she may be right. Haven't quite mastered it yet, that haggling thing.) Fridge magnets. And a beautiful scarf. We stopped for a great lunch where the waiter helped us with pronunciation of hello and thank you. He gave us a 10 out of 20..... mainly for effort. We sat outside because it was warm, even with the rain. Everyone has one town in Australia that they know and star talking to you about it. They are brilliant. We laughed ...
... with price tags; each section was dedicated to a different artist and in a couple of them the artists were actually there, working on paintings. It was interesting to look round.
After that we wandered down Istikal Caddesi, taking everything in. Although filled ...
Apart from many impressive palaces and homes of the very wealthy, that line the banks on both sides, there are the ubiquitous mosques of all sizes and a surprising amount of green hilly woodlands to be seen on the asian side which doesn't seem to be as built up with waterside suburbs as the european side.
The other really impressive sight was the Dolmabahce Palace. This palace built by Sultan Abdulmecid in the 1840's, cost so much money to build ( 1.5 ...
... good with our heads covered though... we did take some pictures of her but she would never allow us to post them anywhere. Such a shame- they are gold. But I should mention something about the mosque right? It was huge from the outside but surprisingly small and undecorated inside- which I guess makes sense...
Across the plaza and we were once again at Hagia Sofia which Kristy assured us was a museum.. well not anymore Calves. Not anymore. It ...
Up early again, we have to get the bus into town at 8.30, then is a half hour walk to the consulate where we will meet Mr. Arif, he has made our visa application for us. We arrived with 10 minutes to spare and waited outside. It spotted with rain a little. The security man at the consulate asked what we were waiting for, we told him and he replied 'The consulate is closed today for Dwali Festival' we waited until after 10 to see if Mr Arif arrived, when he didn't we ...