Akgun Istanbul Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... very heavy doors. So call to reception for a handyman. He came up with a young lad as translator, who talked tattoos with Emily. ( He wants one but is scared of pain.) Took a bit, but they fixed it and we got our passports etc out of the safe. Into bed, pretty worn out. Then ... Oh. Oh. Our room! A king size bed and 2 singles... Divided like 2 rooms. So I leapt out of my bed and into the King bed with Emily to talk about all we'd done. Had fun and lots of laughs. ...
... slightly terry goodbye from yours truely Tim and I made our way to the airport boarded the plane to Istanbul and caught a Taxi to the holiday Inn Airport hotel. The hotel is in the middle of an industrial area so we just chilled around in the room. I caught up on my blog and we had dinner in the ...
... to carry tourists all around the island or you could rent a bike to cycle the island. I did neither. I walked! Great exercise and I saw lots of cool things because I walked and didn't rush. Stopped and got some tea and a cheese pasta thing and then some Turkish ice cream. Chilled until it was time to take the ferry back. Cold it was! And I didn't have a jacket. Everybody smokes here, ...
... 15th century hall. We had a bit of time to kill, so we strolled around the streets checking out some of the funky shops, failed for lunch with a dodgy franchise kebab, but found a couple of really cool art exhibitions including one where the public were encouraged to go in and paint or hand print their messages all over the walls, and The Roving Eye, a contemporary South East Asian art exhibition which had lots of interactive pieces. The ones I remember include a ...
... jobs, whilst Logan and I potter in the apartment. We have decided that we will go to Greece from here and work our way around the south coast. After lunch we wandered up to Istikal Street and explored the arcades and alleyways. We stopped at McDonald's to up load some photos and down load the Greece Lonely Planet Guide on to the I pod. The arcades are interesting, selling antiques, old clocks ...