Yusufpasa Konagi Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... shape of a boat, so naturally the boy in him had to try it, haha. So we sit down, take some time of our feet and order a pizza boat and a Turkish pizza to share.
The meals come out and they’re amazing and delicious, I definitely shouldn’t have judged the pizza boat. The Turkish pizza was quite healthy actually but we filled up quickly.
We walk back towards the bridge and walk around a smaller Mosque in viewing that we ...
... to sign language to find our minibus. Even the reliable source in the rest of Europe, the young female, failed us. No one on the street and only a rare restaurant person speaks a word or two of English. The hotel desk people speak some, and taxi drivers not at all. We got to our secondary bus stop and took a taxi to the hotel which is in the old city just yards from the hippodrome and Hagia Sophia. However he could not find the place and was ...
For many years, the city of Istanbul was known as Constantinople, after the great Emperor Constantine. I think. Today I saw a bit of that history.
The first stop was the Blue Mosque, officially known as Sultan Ahmet Camii. As one of the largest mosques in the world, it's an impressive sight. I haven't seen many mosques, but they have quite a simple beauty compared to many of the churches I've been in. Absent are the extravagant ...
... North America.
After an initial rejection by a rather large Turkish taxi driver in front of one of the ferry stations, we were able to find a taxi to take us to Taksim Square. Taksim square is the heart of modern Istanbul. Physically, it is a large circle surrounded by modern hotels, shops and historical edifices. In the middle is Independence Monument that commemorates the Republic's founder Kemal Ataturk. To the north is the Ataturk Cultural Center. To the south is ...
... his cart, we declined to sample his tasty wares as he seemed a little...tainted.
We headed downhill to visit the Dolmabahce Palace. This place apparently helped to bankrupt the Ottoman Empire in the late 1800's. This place was the standard palace size, BIG, with lush furnishings and ornamentation designed by French and Italian architects with a five and half tonne chandelier in the main ballroom along with crystal balustrades coming down the ...