Bostanci Prenses Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Bostanci Prenses Hotel Istanbul
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... lined up to take a photo and got pushed out of your place at the rail while a huge sumo wrestler/weightlifter type tried to squeeze past. I think he didn't speak English or at least didn't understand the term ' ********', otherwise I might not be here to tell the story.
The next part of my day was going to be a two hour ferry trip up the Bosphorus Straits and back, but to get to the ferry I had to negotiate my way down some steep narrow hilly lanes and cross the Golden ...
... to are clearly Westernized in their manner of living.
As we ended our day today, we wanted to spend so much more time here and decided that this would be a place that we would spend at least three or four more days of dedicated time. There are so many lovely places to see and it would be a shame if the political climate were to change so dramatically that would prohibit us from seeing this country again.
Onward to Mykonos, Greece!
... big city and very chaotic. The traffic is insane and they do not have very many traffic lights nor do they give pedestrians the right of way. They do not stop for anyone and they drive really fast even on residential streets. Sometimes it takes a long time to get across the street. Angie lives in Buca which is like a suburb. She lives in a neighborhood that has a lot of college students because it is very near to the university that Angie teaches ...
... a matter of belief than a way of life. Particularly in the city we saw all manner of dress for women, some with shorts and t-shirts, others with conservative coverings and head scarves. There were quite a number of women shrouded all in black with only a narrow slit for their eyes. We were told that these were mostly tourists from Saudi Arabia. There has been concern that Turkey is becoming less secular, more conservative Muslim. Erdogan, the ...
After ringing Istanbul airport 56 times we eventually got through only to be told neither Oslo nor Gatwick airport knew where our luggage was and that the airline were now looking. This resulted in buying clothes for another day as well as me buying some contact lenses. We then went across to old Istanbul via the metro determined to forget about luggage problems and enjoy the sights. We walked around the Topkapi palace gardens in the shade over lunchtime and tasted ...