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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of our Turkish delight. I don't really enjoy being in Istanbul but it has become somewhat more tolerable. Our bargaining skills have also improved and always managed to get -50% off the original price. On the way home we couldn't resist a piece of corn, sold at little stalls on the side of the road! After our shopping, we were meeting up for one more group dinner. Our hotel was in a good location, very close to all the restaurants and shops. We headed to ...
... to look the same. I was a bit disappointed. Our tour guide said that much of the merchandise is now made in China. She said that capitalism has taken over the bazaar. I bought a coaster just to say I bought something at the great bazaar. Then after lunch we went to the Blue Mosque. It is beautiful inside with millions of blue tiles and thousands of stained glass windows. Lastly, we went to ...
... because it had been covered, inside and out and converted into a mosque by some religious leader hundreds of years ago, I cannot remember the name of it but, to be honest it wasn't really interesting as I am not a religious bloke, the painting inside were nice though, just looked like another bloody church to me haha. Next we were off to a Toy/Technology museum, the owner had an obsession for collecting toys as a child and this grew into a collection, showing the development of ...
... eye mask, eat plugs, lip balm and toothbrush and toothpaste. The air hostesses were lovely and really accommodating- I would highly recommend using Turkish Airlines!! The only downside to the flight was the lack of sleep- less than two hours meant we were walking around like zombies all day! We arrived in Beijing earlier than scheduled and decided not to rush to get off the plane. We got to passport control and soon regretted not getting there ...
... It was formed in 1923 at the end of the Ottoman Empire. It consists of over 302,000 square miles and has 76 million people. Istanbul alone is more than 15 million people, making it the second largest city in the Middle East. (Cairo is the largest.)
Our trip originated Friday in Boston, where we picked up Paige and Madison from summer camp and drove to a friend's house for an evening of lobster and laundry. (Thanks, Marti!) ...