Sultan's Eye Comfort Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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A short walk to the port and we were on our boat. Sitting upstairs for the best view was lovely, passing palaces, embassies and a few houses that wouldn’t look out of place on Oriental Bay! But perhaps the best was Mustafa Kemal Ataturk’s residence, Dolmabahce Palace, which he used as his presidential home until his death in 1938.
We hopped off the boat for lunch and found an amazing ...
... the guys and ate our delicious Turkish meal. It was funny because they open the restaurant and serve our food to people coming in as well! First course was soup, then zucchini pancakes, stuffed eggplant, stuffed vine leaves and walnut stuffed figs for dessert. It was delicious if I do say so myself! Even though our heads were spinning from fatigue, I'm very happy we did the cooking class, it was such a good ...
... pointing to his ****** when saying it, he said some stuff about about visiting him in Giorgio, the greatest city in the world. So he took Adams phone and gave him his number for next time. A drinking partner for Adam and Scott possibly?
His girlfriend went to get food then offered us some, he then offered us more alcohol, some food, cash, everything. He was super drunk. I'm pretty sure he offered us his ...
Istanbul is an ancient city but my first glance of this 17 million people Metropolis is the beautiful flower designs in the gardens next to the highways. The Dutch actually got their first tulip bulbs from the Ottoman empire in the 13th centry. April is the tulip month for Istanbul and the city is covered with thousands of brilliant color tulips, fragrant hyacinth and pansy. Istanbul is the only city in the world situated on both Asia and Europe continents and it was an ...
... British accent, explained the differences between silk, wool and cotton carpets. While he seemed genuinely interested in educating us on the whole process, his ultimate goal was to get us to buy a carpet, of course. He asked Caroline about the color scheme in our house, the size of our living room, and the type of furnishing we had, and before we knew it we had a dozen stunning Turkish carpets laid out in front of us. He was a master salesman and was fun to watch. ...