Beymarmara Suite Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... sofa when we leave Logan on his own, we paid 7TL, there are 3.4 to the pound. Further up the cobbled street we ran into 2 ex-colleagues of Les’s that were on a cruise ship that had docked the night before. It really is a small world! We were soon back in tourist land and at the Suleymaniye Mosque, It sits on top of one of Istanbul's 7 hills and was built between 1550 and 1557, from there we walked past the University and then became a little ...
Today was deejays last full day with us (and the anniversary of her mum passing away) so we spent most of the day down and relaxing. We got up early for breakfast then went back to the dorm, napping and using the internet for several hours. Eventually we managed to crawl up to the rooftop terrace to sit and relax. Bored, I decided to go back across the river to this museum my mum really wanted me to go to by ...
... down. It is enormous and the goods appear to be of good quality. Handbags, shoes, jewellery, linen, leather, gold, silver ... 4,000 stalls with many alleys and a lot of exits/entrances. The shopkeepers are not too pushy and do allow you to browse but if you don't intend to buy you need to make them aware so that they can move on to their next victim.
After checking in and showering we took to the streets again, or at least on the red bus to go across to the ...
... a keyboard and synthesizer. A drum set is also used in his music in Turkey. Peggy Zina is a popular Greek singer. Her popularity took off around 1995 with her self-titled, debut album. In Mazi Sou album included unique instruments such as an accordion, bells and triangle as well as the more common drums and guitar.
In the recent decades the growth of Turkish bands, such as Mor ve Ítesi, ...
... in German, to see Istanbul by night and for dinner and a show. Till later!
We have just returned from a fabulous evening in Istanbul! We left the boat and piled into a bus. We were pleased to discover that the guide was bilingual and so narration was conducted in Spanish and English. We had been grouped with South Americans including our new BFF (Best Friend Forever) Roberto from Santos where we will end our cruise. Istanbul is a fascinating place. ...