Oglakcioglu Park Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... especially being 6 2" and sitting in a seat which had clearly been designed for legless paraplegics.
It was time for a much needed sleep to prepare for the coming days exploration of Selcuk.
... for they search for simplicity. Characteristics of Islamic music Ornamentation and vocal inflation are the two main characteristics of Islamic music. The ancient Islamic music is based on modes which are similar to scales. A lot of the music is passed down orally. The Islamic music industry is small, but it is starting to grow rapidly in today's society. There ...
... We left the tents and headed into a small town of Sirince to have time on our own. Most of us followed Oscar to his favorite wine shop. There was a free wine tasting of the shop keepers favorites. The wines were made of different types of fruit such as melon, blackberry, or mulberry. My favorite happened to be the mulberry wine and I left with a bottle to bring home. Once I finished the tasting I was exhausted and ready for the ride to the hotel for a goods night ...
Once we disembarked the bus, I followed other people on the trams towards the Blue Mosque, as I knew my hostel was near there.
After eventually finding it, I chilled out a bit (as it was raining again), before having a much needed shower (two days without one). This was before I headed out to explore the Turkish capital is Istanbul.
After grabbing brekky, I headed into what I thought was Hagia Sophia but actually was the Mausoleum of Sultan Mehmed. Built ...
... entertained with his energy and his playfulness. But the time came to say our goodbyes, as much as we didn't want to. We shared hugs, words, and tears, and I promised I would return next year. I will have to save vacation at work to make sure I can stay for an adequate amount of time! When I think about it, not knowing Turkish provided me with an experience that is very unique, one that not many people share (that I ...