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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... slave fighting, and other entertainments. This is a beautiful building immaculately restored, and exhibits are well-presented. But all the exhibits are to do with Ottoman culture, and particularly with Mohammed the Prophet. Here you can see a hair from his beard, his broken tooth, his gun ( even though gun powder wasn't invented for another 500 years), and discover that ...
... there ) Got a map, directions at reception and went ,odd to look across and see the ocean going vessels as we walked up a hill. • The Grand Bazaar was definately that,I loved the glitz of all the gold in the windows of the jewellery shops,the colours of the pashminas, so much to see.It is a maze,we soon were lost ,changed money and tried to find our way out.We found Gate 7, this was where Wayne thought we entered but it wasn't.Bought a snack and ...
... in lines so pre booking will mean a quick and easy way to get inside. Once inside taking a tour will mean students can learn about the sprawling labyrinth of tunnels before going off and running around for some fun. The next attraction on the agenda was the famous Grand Bazaar.
It's sheer size can be easy to get lost, ...
... people, and there it was all in front of us, spanning two continents. Wowza!
The afternoon tour was Street Food Picnic. Osman again worked his magic and led us through the labyrinthe of stalls and vendors and we tasted a bit of everything. Sticky donuts, pide, kebabs, roasted chestnuts, grilled fish straight off the fishing boat, fresh bread with sauces, Turkish delights, Simits, olives and stringy cheese. Nom nom ...
... there is a raised slab of marble at about knee height. The room was 35 C ish – about 95 to 100 F. There are little rooms surrounding the center stone with small fountains. One bathed the Suleman himself! ·
- The Hamam Experience: Lying on your back on the marble plinth, you stare at the domed ceiling as light shines through tiny holes in the ceiling. You drift away. You listen to dripping water echoing in the ...