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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... though. Discussed world politics the whole time. He is giving up on Istanbul. He loves his city, but says there are so many Syrians here now that are muslim; that his city used to be more European, but now is more like the Middle East. Istanbul is the only city that is in two continents, both Europe and Asia. It is also the longest surviving city that has been continuously been lived in, in the world. Next January, my driver ...
... The Asian side is less impressive - much greener with less buildings. We got off and made our way along the waterfront - flanked by gorgeous little eateries. We found the one with the best view and had one of those idyllic pinch-yourself lunches where I kept thinking I was in a Fellini movie. It was perfect and stunning and we sat in the sunshine drinking in the view and eating calamari for more than an hour ...
... After visiting the Mosque I headed off to The Archaeological Museum just as the first Turkish people were arriving for Midday prayer.
After another short 10 minute walk I arrived at The Archaeology Museum. The museum features many pieces from Turkey's rich history walking around took a few hours and can be very informative to tourists and ...
... another angle before heading with our guide to the Palace and we lost the others! What’s the first rule of getting lost? I hear you say......"stay in the same place?”. Too late.......we thought immediately that they had gone ahead and we went off towards the palace gate and some of us waited half way to where we had been and Zoe, the went back and Julie went to the palace gate. Lyn and I waited in the middle. A search did not find the rest of our ...
... or I’ll give you a good price. It all seemed to be about we’re here, this is the local market, you might get a discount but it’s just a normal business.
Anyway, all that aside, our second purchase was cheese; one soft and quite sweet, one harder and tart, and the other just ‘medium’, next was olives from a stall selling them in all different colours, some stuffed, and they also had lots of pickled stuff. We ducked down ...