Sheraton Istanbul Maslak Hotel
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Choyt1427 stayed here on Sep 19, 2012 during their trip titled: Eastern Europe, Fall 2012: Budapest, Kyiv, Warsaw, Moscow, Athens, Istanbul, Sofia.
... any petty grievances. Tahir Aga must have been one hell of an architect!
The final photo I took on the Asia side waterfront is the Beylerbeyi Palace. Also named for the neighborhood, this palace was completed in 1865. It was commissioned by Sultan Abdul-Aziz as a summer home and a residence to entertain visiting dignitaries.
Sarkis Balyan, the younger son of Garabet, who designed the Ortakoy Mosque and the Küçüksu Palace. ...
... aromas fighting with one another as well as such colourful array of dried fruits and Turkish sweets including, of course, Turkish Delight. Lunch at Hamdi Restorant - authentic Turkish cuisine - wonderful feast for the taste buds. Turkish cuisine must be one of the best exports to have reach around the world. We would all love a little post prandial nap but no such luck - off for ...
... Our insane taksi drive sped at 80km per hour through tiny narrow cobbled streets that wound their way up and down hills and through the busy city. Pedestrians were warned of our approach with a few toots of the horn, but no slowing down! some had to leap out of our way! The few times the taksi had to stop because of cars in the way, we squealed to a stop then took off ...
... pleasant, the sun was out with a slight chill in the air. The boys had a great time running around the complex, which was pretty crowded with mostly tourists. We stopped outside the mosque to watch some sort of parade with music that made its way around the complex. Not completely sure what it was about.
Then we went stopped for a snack break at the small park between the mosque and the Aya Sofya. Parked at a shady bench with the boys, the blue mosque behind us, the Aya ...