Hotel Rose Bouquets
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... and freezing cold. Philip was even persuaded to wear a shawl! We toughed it out, took some snaps, and as soon as the boat turned back to the city, we went downstairs into the relative warmth.
There were hundreds of vessels on the water. Enormous cargo ships, tankers, dozens of commercial fishermen using small boats and circular nets to trap fish, yachts, amateur fishermen, cruise boats like ...
... anniversary visit of the German Emperor Wilhelm II in 1898. It was built in Germany and then transported piece by piece and built in its current site in 1900. We walked down the square and came to the Egyptian Oblisk. Like the fountain this was also transported built but from Egypt and took two ships to bring it. Next to the oblesik was a strange looking sculpture called the Serpent Column. It was part of an Ancient Greek sacrificial tripod that was originally ...
... their prayer, now I'm not religious in anyway shape or form, but its a site to see for sure.
We observed some of the other mosques from the outside such as the Hagia Sophia. I made sure i gave it a "Hug for Sophie", my beautiful girlfriend back home. I'm missing her terribly.
The Basilica was quiet impressive, probably my favourite thing so far in Turkey and maybe ...
Our first day full day in Istanbul was a busy one. We had decided to follow an Itinerary that we'd found online. That morning we went out for breakfast on Taksim square. I had a Turkish breakfast and Lily had eggs with Turkish sausage. My breakfast consisted of cheese, olives, a cucumber and tomato salad, beef ham and a selection of condiments. Needless to say we didn't eat again for a while. While we were eating the waiter put two kittens on the table to play. ...
... have felt pretty ambitious that day, but we wanted to get the full Istanbul experience. On the boat, they served a three course dinner with a sampling of traditional Turkish food, and then the entertainment began. We enjoyed a wide range of performances including an Aşuk Maşuk show (comedy with two male dancers dressed in such a way that their bellies are the faces of their characters), Turkish Romani (Gypsy) dancing, Turkish Folk Dancing, and finally la ...