Hotel Darussaade Istanbul
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
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... paid off well as we now have some very interesting relics and are able to visit buildings of mind boggling age. Now a cruise boat had docked in the town that day, which I thought would lead to it being overwhelmed by tourists, but this was not the case and as such the restaurants were still very keen to attract customers in what was likely one of their last days of trade until the summer suns return. I gladly allowed myself to be lured in and spent a lovely time in ...
... probably time for a trip to the barbers. Despite the warm welcome, coffee whilst you wait, things soon turned sour when the “no1 all over” turned into some grooming ritual involving hot wax on my beard and a lighter flame to my ears, ouch! I now have some small appreciation of the pain women have to endure! Nevertheless, Marie seems pleased with the results but I’m just glad there’s no chance of a repeat visit.
... we hadn't done in the past. I got a roast beef pide which was delicious. Deejay gave a great toast about how much closer she felt to both of us (I do agree) and we had a good sad time. After that we went back to sit on the rooftop then to relax in bed, before going to sleep. Deejay had a few bad coughing fits in the night, which resulted in her vomiting up red stuff, which was slightly concerning. I love you, ...
... Our hotel was in the old city, as I've said, the chaotic traffic congested section, not far from everything. Our tour took us to most notable and famous sights, the old Roman hippodrome dating back to several centuries BC, not much remains of it, but a few columns brought in from Egypt, but around it where the most important paces such as: Hagia Sophia, The Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace and museums. The hippodrome is at least two centuries ...
... them in bags. As we entered the the mosque I could here my class gasp with amazement of the architecture. As our tour guide Oscar took us around, he explained more about the significants of the mosque and the Islamic faith. The mosque is a symbol of prayer for Islam, and in this house of prayer there are several rituals. One is making sure during the time of prayer, the men and women are separated. The men are in the front, and the women are in ...