Santa Ottoman Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Breakfast Available
- Russian TV Channels Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... resounding "YES!!"
We have visited many Churches, Cathedrals, Basilicas and recently, Mosques. We have been on many different waterways, have climbed mountains, visited numerous archaeological sites for hour upon hour, trudged up and down mountainous historical sites and worn ourselves out trying to remember all the details that were given to us. We have been up at the required times, put our suitcases out at the required times (after moaning every ...
... know. Lee bought a leather jacket, reversible, made from antelope,a very nice jacket. Marked price was 4680 lira, about $2300 Aus. He bargained and bargained as only Lee can and got it for $400 Aus. We decided to head to Taksim Square again, as last time we saw very little as the riot squad were there. We caught the tram and then transferred over to the funicular for the steep climb up to the top. We walked down ...
... in last night and I was going to roast some carrots but realized that there is no oven. I do not know what a lot of things are here and I have no recipes so cooking will be quite the adventure.
We are all ready to go to Konya on Tuesday morning and then onto Cappadocia Wednesday morning. We'll go by plane, taxi and bus. And maybe by hot air balloon. We are very excited about this. We will be taking Max with us while ...
... Shoe shops, leather shops, expensive clothing shops in abundance. We ladies walked by ourselves and never once felt threatened or frightened. We stayed 3 nights at the Wyndham hotel with very accommodating staff and a great breakfast buffet included with our room rate. Today we departed for the port and boarded the Nautica around noon. All is ...
... bellies was enough for us that evening; the travails of the previous 3 days -and our uncertainty as to whether we would venture at all- had perhaps drained us somewhat.
Sun 31st: Sunday morning, though, we had the Schadenfreude of a street vendor's arrest after giving us our pomegranate juice, but before paying him (and when we later compared prices, we saw why he was detained). A stroll around Sultanahmet ensued before baulking ...