Beymarmara Suite Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... eating and abusing their wifi - also pretty girls get free dips and pide bread. For my afternoon (almost late afternoon by the time I'd finished lingering over my lunch) I walked to the new town and the beach that wraps around it, again I was struck by what an idyllic spot Rhodes would be to waste away a week or 2 in the warmer Mediterranean months, instead of as I did keeping to a brisk pace so as not to let the wind chill me too much. After what was a ...
Earliest wake up of all today, driver picked us up at 4.30am but for a hot air balloon ride over cappidocia!!! Excitement factor 10!! First stop, tea, coffee and biscuits before being taken over to where they were filling them up. As it was still dark, the balloons being were lighting up as the flames as the hot air inflated them. We were absolutely surrounded by them in all various stages of take off. We luckily didn't have to wait long before boarding ...
We awoke slightly late, around 10, to a surprisingly empty 21 bed dorm. Eventually we made our way upstairs for breakfast (a boiled egg, veggies, bread and jam and cheese, although a cat stole my egg) and sat on the terrace for a while drinking coffee and chatting. We went back downstairs to get ready; I had a shower and called you which was nice. After this we departed for our days adventures. Our first stop was the grand bazaar, as deejay and Nim needed to buy a few ...
... Sophia dates from the 4th Century, built by Emperor Justinian in 365, the Blue Mosque dates from the 16th century built soon after the fall of New Rome ( Constantinople) in 1453, Rome, Byzantium, (Ottoman Empire), all within walking distance, rather within a few hundred yards of each other. Hagia Sophia is now a museum, after having been a basilica, a mosque and since 1920's a museum. Some fundamentalist groups want it to be a ...
... so that way the women will not be a "distraction" to the men during the time of prayer. The art was definitely one of a kind and this is the biggest mosque in Istanbul. It was interesting to see people pray to God with such sincerity at the front of the mosque.
The second place we went to was Topkapi palace this is the most important palace of the Ottoman Empire, which is the biggest and oldest in the world. This palace is also famous ...