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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Woke up at 3:00 am, read guidebooks and checked email. Sunrise was @ 6:15 so went out for a walk though Old Town as it began to wake up. Mostly older Ottoman homes & shops that have been converted into hotels, hostels, restaurants, and bars with a sprinkling of shops and a little market on every street. This ancient part of the city was built …
Arrived at the Frankfurt airport somewhat after 7:00 a.m. It's a huge airport - major transfer point for United and Luftansa and probably many more airlines. I definitely got my morning exercise in as I think I walked for over a half hour to get to gate B20 - walked all around terminals A & B twice, once on the ground floor and once on the …
... have seen since Versailles. The palace is right on the water and has the best views of the Bosphorus. The highlights were are staircase with light coming down from a skylight that was reminiscent of the movie Titanic, the largest crystal skylight in the world, and a set of Turkish baths literally fit for a king or in this case a Sultan. The palace was made in the 18 century by one of the last of Sultans in an attempt to bring back the prestige of ...
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... know where our hotel was. We were glad we had an agreed price before we left as he had to keep on stopping and yelling out at people in coffee shops asking directions. It was quite funny. Eventually we found our place and moved in. It is very basic but really close to all the main attractions. We could walk to them all. After a little bit of internet searching we set off. First stop the blue mosque where they were about to pray. Then we walked through the hippodrome where we found ...