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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... they stepped aside and apologised!
The following few days were spent catching up, sightseeing and sampling local foods. The apartment (well researched Anne) was in a busy little side street near the transport terminal.
The district (Fatih) had definitely seen better days yet during the day was a hive of activity. Our apartment had 'water views' - we could see the Golden Horn and the Bosphorous from ...
... cheese sandwich, it was pretty good. Wes ate a hamburger, I think he is missing the food from home and the parents also had sandwiches. Then we walked around this huge shopping district, it was very big and busy. Then we finally found a drum-cymbal store that Wes had been super excited about. He ended up getting a small cymbal with little pins in it that shook when you hit it. He was very happy with it, we are all glad we finally found ...
Istanbul is a large city that was the capital of the Ottoman Empire (or at least that is what I remember the guide saying).
Within Istanbul there is a wide range of architectural styles, reflecting the changes in the leadership of the country.
On the agenda for the day on land are guided tours of the Blue Mosque, Hippodrome and Sophia Hague. These are all located ...
... these teeny tiny fishees) and people eating fish sandwiches bought from boats anchored to the bridge. The sandwiches were tossed across the gap of water between the boat and the bridge, and the scraps were caught by a strange plastic hammock thing.
That evening we walked up to the pedestrian mall, did some window shopping and had a chicken sandwich for dinner. We hung around for a bit longer until the shops closed and hoards of people filled ...
... a little. The security man at the consulate asked what we were waiting for, we told him and he replied 'The consulate is closed today for Dwali Festival' we waited until after 10 to see if Mr Arif arrived, when he didn't we rang Emre, he once again rang to try and sort things out for us, he's so kind. Emre sent us a message to say we needed to go back tomorrow at 10.00 am and that Mr Arif was very sorry for the mix up. We walked back the way we had come and ...