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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... but in our opinion a must see sight)
- Hagia Sophia - bit of a disappointment but that could be due to the extensive scaffolding as the renovation continues on this famous landmark...-
- How many mosques can one city have? We visited the Blue Mosque, Sultanhamet Mosque and Suleymaniye Mosque - surprisingly, given all the coverage on the Blue, the stand out mosque for us was Suleymaniye in terms of opulence and building structure. - ...
... was not written in answer to problems, but to encourage communities, perhaps the region of Ephesus, to live the Gospel. It reflects deeply; upon God’s plan of salvation revealed in Jesus Christ, the call to all Christians to be united with each other ‘in Christ’, the life of those called to Christian marriage and the call to unity within the Christian community, for the community is the Body of ...
I hate packing, period, even for a weekend trip! For an adventure like this there are dozens of decisions to make given the space limits. We can take two 90 litre duffle bags but must rely on the contents of only one between rest days which are 3 to 7 days apart. And we can't rely on there being electricity or showers at every overnight ...
... in about 15 minutes or so. We went out for dinner with some of the people we had met/ spent most of the tour with that night. We also said goodbye to Melanie Mathews (went to uni with Sim and we have been spending time with in London) who was travelling with us as she was flying back home to Australia to try and sort out another visa. She is hoping to be back in June and will join us on our Sail Croatia part. The next part of our Turkey adventure took us down to Olympus. ...
I wasn't gonna do it; I really wasn't. I had already blogged one entry about flying first class and that was meant to be it. No more bragging. Back to the simple life for me. But upon my arrival at the Turkish Air lounge in Istanbul I just couldn't stop at one. This lounge is like nothing I have ever seen. As I enter the lounge I feel as if I must be watching a movie, except I am IN the movie!!! This place is like an adult Disneyland ...