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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... back to the boat and catching it back to Europe.
We wandered back to the main street near our hotel and found a 7 story baklava and dessert place where we tried about 5 treats to share sitting on the top floor terrace.
It was late afternoon by the time we got back to the hotel and the kids wanted to go for a swim in the hotel's indoor pool. I decided to go for a walk alone and enjoyed an hour or so with no ...
... better is realised. Packaged, highly processed starchy, grain centered meals make a lot of us sense less than crucial, which clarifies why a Paleo way of living is really well-known. Eating excellent, whole, unprocessed meals make us feel happy. It's basic and it makes sense. My son doesn't like milk products (perhaps they create his tummy harm?) so he personal regulates and prevents the items. I don't like milk sometimes so don't beverage it, but am really part to ...
... the people in town take care of them as a community. Coming from a house that was robbed of animals, I get full satisfaction playing with them in the park. As many of you know, the heat is not exactly my cup of tea (by the way, we drink tea at every meal!) and it is very warm. Hopefully, my body can do some adjusting, soon; like now. The two girls, Mina and Melda, are cute, sassy and remind me of my sister and I when we were young. I am ...
... and his family used were highly decorated with tiles. On our way out of the Palace grounds we stopped to visit Hagia Irene, an early Christian church build into the walls of the Palace. After all the opulence of the Palace it was refreshingly plain.
Exhausted we returned to the hotel with our feet really tired. We rested and got something to eat and then that evening we visited the Blue Mosque (the Sultanamhet Mosque). Pictures don't do the interior ...
... have much for lunch. I did get a nutella simit bread roll thingy which was quite delicious. We were approached several times as we walked around the shopping areas, apparently Les should feed me more, several waiters said I looked hungry. We got a two day pass for the bus so we will head out again tomorrow and see a bit more. Cheers, ...