SV Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... was crammed with people walking who knows where! It was amazing and exciting. Once back at the hotel, we now found ourselves in interconnecting rooms so I unpacked the kids properly- for the first time in days - and found a few clean tops! Yay! So we are now organised and all that is left is for me to do another load of underwear washing, write 2 birthday (post)cards, and help Ben blow up the balloons. It will be the last time I have nine year olds sleeping on my ...
... nice social place the rooms are in a cave house which is kind of awesome but very dark inside $9 for a dormitory bed breakfast and all day coffee and tea; Kosi Pension nice backpackers with swimming pool $7 for dormitory bed
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... out beautifully in coloured flowers - more subtle colours of yellow and mauves and they add vibrancy! The taxi went past the water where lots of tankers are in the harbour. Looking forward to exploring this beautiful city!
Hotel Bekdas is lovely - small room but fitted out nicely. Lyn chose it because it was the one to start the tour with.....all good thinking but they changed all the hotels on us and now we have to ...
... everyone looked tired – it had been a long day. Laura was dreading another bland meal, but managed to avoid it, and we took-off to the sounds of spa-like music and more Turkish delight. We watched the sun set from above the clouds, and fell into that more-of-a-doze-than-a-proper-sleep stupor that you get on overnight flights, excited that when the blinds were raised, and we came over Nepal, we might get a peek at the Himalayas!
First up today was the Mosaic Museum, which houses a huge floor mosaic from the old Byzantine Imperial Palace. I wasn't expecting too much from this place but it was really rather good and definitely worth seeing. One huge continuous mosaic that has been restored rather well. It was full of scenes of hunters and animals, including mythical ones, like a cross between a lion and a bird.