Bostanci Prenses Hotel
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... e avec les visites de plusieurs mosquées: la petite Sophie, la mosquée Sokollu Mehmet Pasa ainsi que celle de Soliman le Magnifique.
Nous terminons notre séjour en beauté avec une soirée passée dans les bains turcs "Cagaloglu Hamami", construit en 1741. Ce hammam célèbre figure dans le livre "1000 places to see before you die". Les hommes et les femmes sont séparés (et à l'époque, tout homme retrouvé dans l'espace des femmes était ...
... the borders between Özbekistan, Tajikistan, and Kyrgyzstan in the Ferğana Valley are drawn in such a way as to created various enclaves and exclaves around specific strategic areas. For example, the sole road that goes to one part of Kyrgyzstan is intersected by an “island” of Özbek territory, meaning Özbekistan can leverage Kyrgyzstan by threatening to close the border and thereby effectively ...
... of olives]. Planning on a later afternoon beer, our only other decision being dinner.
Bagged time on the Galata side of the bridge. The 21st century version of Sir Francis Drake decided on a new route home so we did not follow the tram line. No more mosques [I think Roddy is mosqued out] and back to the room.
Poured shots of raki and took the computer upstairs but it is too sunny. Fighting some fatigue. The ...
... the incredible steep and narrow staircases on the outside of the walls that took us up about 10 metres to the ramparts. Scary stuff to say the least! And at the top there was nothing to protect us from a very long fall down to the bottom! And there was a great 360 degree view from the top - although the view was glimpsed through cranes that were operating around the area. It was built to provide a triumphal arch for the occasions of the return ...
... invites you in for tea just to be nice. I finally found a delicious take-away sandwich to eat in the park in front of the Blue Mosque. All the cats in the village heard the news. I was surrounded by no less than seven cats at one time, staring at me for the entire length of my meal. Folks walking by laughed, making comments in whatever language they spoke. Tourists took pictures. I was bird lady, only worse. Parents brought their children, pointing as the child oohed and ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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