Bostanci Prenses Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... have extras, all must have cloths covering their knees and all must take off their shoes. There is a saying that if the Suleyman mosque was the Notre Dame then the Rustem Pasha mosque is the saint chapel. I find this comparison to be accurate as the Suleyman mosque was built by Suleyman the magnificent and it is a stunning mosque with four minarets, a large courtyard and is all around breath taking, while the Rustem Pasha is a small intimate ...
... Armenian Christians living within the borders of the Empire. The details of the genocide (a term denied by successive governments of the Republic of Turkey) resemble the strategies of Nazi Germany in the extermination of Jews, Poles and other Slavic peoples during the Second World War. The First World War ended with the Arab Revolt against Ottoman rule and the occupation of Constantinople by the allied nations. The Empire was partitioned under the terms of the Treaty of Sevres. ...
... a mirror under cars, intense already.
We get out of the cab and the dude who greets us asks if he can put my bags on the floor? I thought well yeah of course, Iv had **** stained undies in there for about the past month. We walk into the lobby and it is insane, you can just tell the quality of the place strait away.
We get placed in room 719, walk into our room and wowowowow, it is amaaaazing. As we tend to always do we test the wifi strait away and ...
... you feel when coming from another city in the same country. Everything feels a bit familiar and it takes much less time to adjust. But for us there's still a big job of orientating ourselves to be done. Istanbul is split into 2 (or ally 3) sections. The main tourist sites are situated across the Bosphorus in Sultanahmet. We are in a more fashionable and modern area - about a half hour walking (if you don't stop at every shop..), and then there's the Asian side ...
... hot so it led me to believe that they just cook it up and toss it in the pot to make it look interesting. Bummer. Oh, I should also mention that at one point, Roger hit the table and poured a whole glass of soda on me. The waiters were busy but nobody even offered me a towel. The woman next to us sent her meal back twice because it was burned. The whole meal ended up taking over an hour and a half and we just wanted to go back to our room and pack for the next day. The waiter ...