Majesty Resort Mirage Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
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Just 30 miles east of Istanbul, on the North Shore of Marmara is the district of Gebez. I took a day trip, about an hour drive out there to see the Osman Hamdi Bey Museum. Osman Hamdi Bey was an Ottoman administrator, intellectual, art expert and also a prominent and pioneering painter. Osman Hamdi Bey actually lived in this house for 26 years in Gebze now it ...
... rooms cards, we then went up to our rooms to dump our bags, but the room card wouldn't work. So we went back on down to reception where we were told by the reception that they didn't have a room card for our room, that more cards were coming TOMORROW and that there was a guy with as master card who would come up whenever we wanted to open up our room, we weren't happy obviously as it makes stuff so much harder and a longer process, but at least we weren't the only ...
... glove and then lathered, sudsed and washed him ceremoniously with a cotton cloth. The process taking around 30 minutes. After being dried off he went off to another room to get his Thai massage. From his account his Indonesian female masseur walked up his back and the set about cracking every joint in his body and massaging every muscle but one. A spaced out , dreamy faced , one shade lighter Mick arrived back in the hotel room some time ...
We started our walking tour altogether around 10am and went to the Sultan Ahmet Mosque (Blue Mosque - as named by tourists because of the blue tiles). It was an innovative design in its time. The architect worked with a series of domes and semi-domes which enabled the mosque to be built with less columns, allowing for more open spaces. The Sultan wanted a grand mosque but didn't want to be disrespectful and ...
... next to the old. The valley was half rotted, half thriving, giving it a powerful and eerie impression. The clouds started rolling in as we drove up the back corner of the valley. The next three valleys, driving sometimes by the coast, sometimes a little inland, took about an hour and a half. This area was dense with people and buildings. Endless houses and shops and alleys, no straight lines, no real traffic rules or guidelines. The streets were crazy curvey, sometimes ...