Cumbali Luxury Boutique Hotel
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... San Francisco and the French and Italian Rivieras.
We sailed under the two huge suspension bridges, The Bosphorus Bridge, the southerly bridge and The Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge, the northerly bridge, which take vehicles from west to east Istanbul and also from Europe to Asia.
The size of the city is enormous with over 12 million inhabitants.
I have never been to a place where there are so ...
... who lived in Turkey until she was 10 and then moved to Canada. She gave us a very interesting perspective on how Turkey has changed over the past 50 years, how things are unfolding now, and where she thinks they will go in the future.
Once we had finished talking we had time to unwind in the Grand Bazaar. This is easily the world's largest and oldest mall. When you walk in, you ...
L'embarquement se fait sans encombre, nous arrivons à l'heure à CDG et je rentre chez moi en étant un peu triste d'avoir quitter Istanbul car quand j'ai pris le RER à Paris ça ne m'a pas du tout donné le même sentiment qu'à Istanbul...
C'est sur je retournerai à Istanbul c'est obligé, il me reste plein de choses à faire et surtout cette ambiance est trop agréable ...
... br> After all the cooking we happily went top-side on the roof of Hotel Sarnic where a table had been set up and our meals were served to us - drinks included! We enjoyed a great lunch, good camaraderie with our fellow trainee turkish chefs, finishing up about 5.30pm.
With not much energy left for anything too energetic, we headed off to our local Turkish Bath for a bit of pampering.
We finished a day with drinks and a few games of backgammon!
The beauty of this place is really awe-inspiring. The dome is massive and is supported by 40 ribs from each side which are hidden in walls, giving the impression that the dome is unsupported. It really is sublime, Pierre and I both think this is the most splendid building we've seen and though we've only been to less than 40 countries each, it's still by far the most impressive we've beheld.
Walking from Aya Sofia to the ...