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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... delight and little wedding favour baskets. Soooo cute. We had our last evening walk across the bridge just as the sun was setting over the city. The fishermen were out in full force as usual and we watched a few reel some in. We walked under the bridge where we found all of the fish restaurants. Sue had decided to have pot kepab the last main meal on the like of Turkish main meal delights so we didn't have a meal there, though it was tempting. We then started the walk up the ...
... to be pros now!!) where we had the misfortune to witness an Australian tourist (older lady) having a go at the hotel staff for recommending a tour that they were only partially satisfied with. Now these people at the hotel have treated us with nothing but kindness and their hospitality is second to none, there was absolutely no reason for this lady to be having such a tantrum!!! It is no wonder that Australians are getting such a bad rap in other ...
Today we woke up and left on the tram same as yesterday. We stayed on the Tram for 2 stops and looked for the funiculars. We took the funicular up to the Galata Tower. We saw a cello player, I went up to give him some Turkish Liras and he seemed happy. We were going to leave but a guy told us to stay. We were being recorded for the ...
... My mom was crying and waving at me as my step dad holding my brother and waving his hands to say goodbye. I waved, too and I left.
We were 50 kids with 2 chaperones who were helping us board and fly during our flight. We waited at the gate about 1 hour and half. When a lady announced that the gate was opened, I got excited to board. It was going to take 11 hours to get New York. It takes really long to get there.
... after a very hearty buffet breakfast, that was free, I was off and exploring the sidewalks outside the hotel. (I want to know where the ATM, laundry, market, Post office and the Banks are located after soon arriving at my destination. The fun began. The sun was out, nice and warm, with blue skies. I headed towards the Aya Sophia along the Istiklal Caddessi (Caddessi=Avenue) and noticed a very long line. I decided not to visit, and kept on walking along the Caddessi. First off, ...