BEST WESTERN Amber Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Sometimes when traveling, we rent a car and travel between cities. We usually try and work out the itinerary beforehand, so it's nice to be able to actually see where all the locations we'd like to go are on a map. In order to make this easier, and to share the information between the two of us, we use Google Maps to create a collaborative map. This way we can both add places and see what locations the ...
Madrid for a day ~ 30 Sept I bid farewell to Santiago de Compostela and flew to Madrid on Sept 30. Zev met me at the bustling bus stop across from the grandiose Central Madrid post office. I've noticed that grand buildings are a feature of Madrid. Every half official building looks like a palace with giant Baroque doorways and window embellishments. The boulevards are generous and spectacular in their proportions. After depositing my pack at our little apartment we ...
... seaside and visited the Dolmabahçe Palace, which was used during the Ottoman Empire for 1856 to 1922. This is the first day of Ramandan so there are not as many local people out as usual. On our second day we visited The Hippodrome, where chariot races once took place. The the Blue Mosque, topped by six slender minarets. Inside is one of the world's greatest collections of blue Isnik tiles(20,000 of them) along with 260 stain glass windows. Next we toured the famed Hagia Sofia, ...
... her as a thanks and waited for the boys (slightly disappointed with the shots I’d taken).
Fifteen minutes later Cameron and Graham were still nowhere in sight, even though they should have only been a minute behind me when I rushed off. I walked around the area and couldn't find them. So I stood in one spot and looked around with a hawk eye. I still couldn't see them! I started to panic, not because I was lost, but because they were going back ...
... Turkish coffees, Turkish delights, to Turkish music (Carter sat in and played!). Also took a ferry up the Bosphorus Straight, waterway separating Asia and Europe. We must have worn ourselves out because our last afternoon there we laid down for a short nap only to be woken up by the 6am muslim prayers projected from a nearby ...