Artefes Hotel Istanbul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... with dark green woods and wide rivers. The majority of the housing was ugly apartment blocks and there was obvious poverty here. The most interesting buildings were the mosques, which looked like a cross between Arabian mosques and fairytale castles. Think, 'Disney does Islam'.
I crossed over the Bosphorus on a giant suspension bridge and passed a sign saying 'Welcome to Europe'. Istanbul spans two continents, so i had ...
Continuing the' lets get the rest if the tourist things done' we are off to Kadikoy to day. After breakfast we walk down to Eminonu to get the ferry across to Asia. We timed it just right and boarded on just about to sail. The crossing doesn't take long, around 15 minutes. It's not very busy, there are a couple of people carrying very large baskets on their backs, with apples and oranges still attached to their branches inside them. We ...
11 Aug. A bit of white cloud around this morning still in Istanbul. We sat having breakfast looking out on to a very busy but interesting port. Along with 5 cruise ships there are container ships, oil tankers, cargo ships and scores of ferrys of all different design & sizes criss crossing between the continents of Europe & Asia. On our afternoon coach trip to The Grand Bazaar and the ...
... still be here for the millions of tourists to marvel at now.
Mandy had planned on being in and out in 15 minutes, take a few snaps, but instead managed to kill over two hours wandering about with her jaw around the floor. The first floor galleries are also accessible for viewing some of the ancient mosaics and had wonderful overviews of the floor below. Every feature, doorway, engraving, piece of marble and column has its own story. Mandy didn't have a guide but eavesdropped ...
... Dawn Service on the beach. We fell really bad though cause we were all so tired ( except Sim) that we were micro sleeping! It was horrible to think that our boys had gone through so much and we couldn't stay awake for an hour! We didn't get up to the Kiwi Service at Chunuk Bair, there was a bit of confusion as to whether you could go to both services but they had the NZ one on the bigs screens they had set up at Lone Pine, so we still got to see it. It wasn't long after ...