Artefes Hotel Istanbul
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... for our couple hour long cruise. Unfortunately as we should have remembered from our time sailing the Dalmatian Coast together, the temperature on the water is a good bit colder than it is on land so after a few minutes on the top deck we decided it would be better to enjoy the sights from the enclosed lower area instead. It was really neat to see the two shorelines of Istanbul from the water and our cruise provided a really nice vantage point to observe several ...
... downside is the dualing calls to prayer from the two mosques! We are sacrificing two hours sleep in the morning when the chant wakes us at 5.30! But mostly I am sacrificing my body to the many interesting, varied and exotic food experiences! Michel organised a walking cultural food tour for us...It was a full day and taken by a vibrant and enthusiastic guide by the name of Gonja...when she met us and said "you look hungry" we knew we were ...
... 8220;Raki” with some crab meat and prawns as the drink itself is traditionally served with Seafood, I stretched out on the bed and switched on the television to see what Turkish TV was like, as you can imagine I found it very hard to keep up with what was happening or being spoke none the less I was amused more than enough with the great food and ...
... down and forming a braided column.
The Egyptian Obelisk is sitting on a pedestal that looks Greek. Nobody left their shady seat to walk over there, but we did zoom in with our cameras. Really, to me it seems too new looking to be 3500 years old.
Blue Mosque -- Really, what can I say…it’s a mosque. It is decorated with Nicean blue pattern tiles. If they pried a tile from the wall and took it to Sotheby’s, they could get $10,000 ...
... identified and heat of packed bodies.
Back to insanity we made our way to most likely the most famous building in Istanbul-the Blue Mosque. We slowly walked through this impressive building trying to take in its magnificence.
This was one of the reasons I wanted to come to Istanbul. It always amazes me how men without JCBs and Caterpillar tractors achieve such a conquest.
The weather in Istanbul was quite cold for the time ...