Daisy Hotel Istanbul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... of his time. The floors are covered with carpets, which are donated by the faithful and are regularly replaced as they wear out. The many spacious windows confer a spacious impression. The casements at floor level are decorated with opus sectile. Each exedra has five windows, some of which are blind. Each semi-dome has 14 windows and the central dome 28 (four of which are blind). The coloured glass ...
... to Istiklal Caddessi which is the main shopping street, it's very multicultural there with designers from all over the world and then stores like H&M, Starbucks, McDonald's, the Gap. It's basically a big high street with several churches and mosques on. We actually went into St. Antuan Catholic Church which has Christ suspended above the altar, it was pretty unusual in there, nothing like the churches in Rome. You can tell that Islam is the main religion ...
... they have ever seen a panda bear before. So on the walk to dinner I had hundreds of locals asking for photos. At one stage I had 10 people lining up to get photos. Could have made some good money if I had of started charging. After we finally got through the city we arrived on the water front where a large luxury boat was waiting for us. We stayed on the boat for about 4 hours enjoying dinner on the water and partying out in the harbour. Was great fun and everyone had a good time. We ...
... a visit to the Blue Mosque. The real name is the Sultan Ahmed Mosque and it is from the 16th century and famous for its blue Iznik tiles as well as being the only mosque with six minarets.
... a few days. We were shocked by the amount of rubbish lying around, but the local municipality was trying to collect it. While walking along the sea front, we noticed bottles and cans lined up on wooden boards on top of rocks. Up on the pathway, were two air rifles lying on top of upturned plastic drums. The Turks had been firing at the bottles and cans! For a while, we potted through ...