How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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So once again we have neglected the blog for some time, alas, not without good reason! When we left you last, we had just arrived in Istanbul. Since then we have done another stint of volunteering, been hosted by the locals in Bursa and we are now on the overnight bus to Urgup, more often advertised as the region of Cappadocia. Turkey has been one of our favourite countries thus far, without a doubt. Istanbul is essentially as advertised, with a more modern edge than you ...
... Sadly, the scaffolding monster heard that MJ was going to be in town so one half on the interior of the Ayasofia was covered in scaffolding!
Day 2 in Istanbul was the Blue Mosque, the Basilica Cistern and then after lunch, a Hamman. Thankfully, there is no charge to get inside the Blue Mosque, but it closes before each prayer session and the Muslims have 5 prayer sessions a day! So there was always a queue and a rush to get in before the next prayer ...
All I dıd was stop here overnıght on the way to galıpolı. saw the town square and ate a medıocre dınner. The hotel was very nıce and very close to the harbour and ıt had an awesome breakfast. then we walked over to the docks and caught a boat to ...
... since the filming of a television soap opera several years ago, this small village had become a very popular tourist destination. I could see why!
Stepping out of the motor coach, we were the only ones around. No other tour bus had arrived which in a way, was better for us. We had the entire place all to ourselves! Woohoo. However, since it was still early in ...
... a good rest, class goes well, you catch a beautiful view of a city ringed by mountains in the afternoon light. And wow, what a fantastic place and situation to be in. Those are the days when far away places never seemed so friendly. Some days don't go so well. Maybe the rain's coming through your ceiling and you are blown out from 8 hours of class where the students couldn't have cared less that you travelled thousands of miles and spend your ...