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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in the form of amazing wall art). It was surprising to us that the Muslim Ottomans permitted the relics to remain since human images are prohibited in mosques. It’s really an amazing place of a synthesis of Christianity and Islam with a blend of architectural styles.
Basilica Cistern: Before being converted to a cistern, a great Basilica stood in its place, built during the Early Roman Age (3rd ...
... bed and read a book. Mom and I had a busy month and before that was also crazy busy for me, I decided the next couple days would be able resting, and catching up on my blog. I had a week to kill before going to Greece to meet up with some Moose Jaw people for my friend Maren's wedding in Santorini. I knew I wouldn't be keeping up with my blog then, so I had better catch up. The next couple days were filled with blogging, sleeping, reading and walking ...
... again before I head out east to Georgia and Armenia. I went to a Turkish football game, which as you could imagine had a kickass atmosphere. The hostel I was staying at was great after a recommendation from a girl I met in Çanakkale. They can be hit and miss, but I made a good choice on this occasion. Sadly I am getting close to the end of my journey, but I still have another month to go. Georgia and Armenia are next and the experience there will be something ...