La Villa Hotel
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... to enter the citys two most famous mosques were unpalatably long so I set off on my second agenda of the morning - trying to procure tickets for Galatasary s Champions League match that night. As a non-member and non-Yurkish speaker it looked like I would need to go to the stadium to find out if this were possible. The district within which the stadium sat was only a few underground stops from mine so I set off with optimism. This soon arrived when I bounded up ...
... be discussions judge and compare violence and terror. But I will never stop believing in humanity because I can find love and faith wherever I go.
Para conhecer de verdade uma outra cultura é preciso desnudar-se de todos os seus pré conceitos. Caso contrário, tudo que você encontrar pelo caminho a respeito daquilo que, por desconhecimento, você formou uma certa opiniao, será só mais um subsidio para reforçar o olhar que você já pré definiu para o ...
... no 'mories' being immunised! After listening to her prejudice for a bit I could take it no more and corrected them on their facts and opinions.
Our way home provided our best driving adventure yet! Our bus did amazingly well to get us through the narrow streets to drop us off, several 3-5 point turns were required to get around some of the sharp corners. But... due to someone else's bad ...
... with the big chandelier were some very accurate, heavenly paintings on the wall and roof. Some of the paintings were like optical illusions for example these paintings of arches that looked like they were directed in very which way no matter were you stood from in the room. The palace was also home to the second and third biggest chandeliers in Europe. The palace was built by Sultan Abdül Mecit for him to live in, but he died shortly after it was finished. They had a dining ...
We had the opportunity to sing an “impromptu” concert at the Fatih Municipality Cultural Arts Pavilion. The pavilion is located in a busy area of the city. The backdrop for the stage is the Blue Mosque, which is just behind the pavilion, and Topkapi Palace is behind the audience seats. The pavilion is on the grounds of the Hippodrome, which now only survives in a small number of ruins nearby.
It was very exciting to sing in this ...