BEST WESTERN Amber Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... security who threatened to call the police before we were finally safely delivered onto our ship!
The drama was fortunately eclipsed by subsequently being able to score an 'extra' booking at the ship's specialty Polo Grill restaurant; amazing how a bottle of nice French red and a whole Maine lobster can offset life's little dramas :-)
The idea of daylight saving originally comes from a 19th Century entomologist George Vernon Hudson. He wanted more sunlight so he could spend more time for his insect collection. The solution was setting clocks two hours forward to be changed back in the winter. By this way people would have more time for their daily jobs like gardening or cycling. However, some of countries are not in the ...
... was my favorite performance. Our final stop was at the Grand Bazaar where we grabbed lunch and shopped around for a bit. I got many good things for my friends and family which I am very excited about. We shopped for about 4 hours so I was pretty much wiped! It was a great day in Istanbul, I got to visit beautiful historic places and enjoyed music and food with my wonderful classmates! All in all, Day 1- SUCCESS Crystal ...
... it must have been our jandals and shorts that gave us away. The boys decided to check out a small store selling leather belts. However, the first bargaining exercise ended in Keiran being told he was stupid and to 'get out of my shop!!' with regard to the offered price. Taihape and I found this hilarious and we continued our aimless wandering of the worlds largest covered market. The vibrant colours and patterns exploding from every shop was amazing and ...
... a world city well before Prague, London or Paris were anything but villages. Everywhere you look there are historical wonders. At one time, the entire Roman empire was ruled from here, and the great Hagia Sophia was erected as the Holy See of Eastern Christendom (Byzantium) when that empire divided. Later, the Ottomans conquered and ruled from grand palaces here, for six centuries, erecting beautiful mosques, solidifying the Islamic faith as a world ...