Golden Park Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGolden Park Hotel Istanbul
Still ok but was a little cramped with no views. Didn't like being told I couldn't use the terrace on an afternoon there because the owner was there with some friends......
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... a traveller's rumbling tum at this stage and I took her back to the hotel to rest. Peter and Rose continued on and I joined up with them again to go into the Hagia Sophia Museum to finish the tour.
The thing that strikes you (again) is how well the ruling class lived in those days and how remote they were from the common folks - absolutely insulated inside the walls of the palace and the grounds of the grand edifices they built around them. It is no ...
... Rhonda's shoulder, Hagia Sophia was over my shoulder, and the Sea of Marmara was to our left. A great way to top off our trip! After dinner we strolled thru the Ramadan party...sort of like a 4th of July celebration....picnickers everywhere, food booths, kids running everywhere....But we are ready to return home.....fat and sassy! And happy with this truly once in a lifetime ...
... so that they can then sell tea, orange juice and simit (white bread shaped like doughnuts and smothered in sesame seeds and baked till crunchy – completely addictive!) to their captive audience.
Where were we? Oh yes. The Prince’s Islands. From Kabatas, a pier only a few stops from our apartment, it took about an hour to an hour and a half to get to the islands. There are 4 islands, all car free, just like Rotto. It is a quiet paradise during the ...
... 55356; 5356; 57200;. After the mums were finished, we do decided whether or not to go to the Bascilla Cistern. We decided not to so we went back to the hotel and played cardsand swam. Then we had dinner& ...
... non poisonous!) - and holy dogs( must have been quite a night. The guide told us that that many of the sick had worms 1 metre in length!!!!!! and to extract them from the body they would use a twig from the cypress' tree, insert it in to the body and the worm would crawl out of the body up the stick. Cant imagine what these were?? One of the reasons the sign for doctor or healing is the serpent around the stem - another of course was there were actual snakes. The ...