Divan City Istanbul
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... Bosphorus was the main channel connecting the two sides of the city and where inhabitants used river boats, fleets, and private vessels to cross between the two sides.
Our day will be busy with two shore excursions; one to cruise the Bosphorus and see many of the amazing sites described above and then tonight to take a small group (no more than 12) to an exclusive dinner at a local restaurant where we will be served all the local taste ...
... Aussie', to which we automatically reply ' oi oi oi', followed by laughter from us all. They then ask if we are headed to Gallipoli, which they know as Gelibouli. 'yes' we reply and then each time the Turkish person has told us that the 25 April is filled with sorrow and national pride, and that it is a time when every pilgrim from Australia and Turkish citizen form a bond despite once being enemies. 'It is nice, it is nice' each of them ...
... ece of granıte, looks brand new, and was transported to Istanbul 1,500 years ago. They make a nıce justaposıtıon showıng how human cultural development ısnit a lınear path of progress.
Then ıt was the off to the Blue Mosque, the Hagıa Sophıa, and the Topkapı Palace. The mosques were both buılt ın the last 600 years and were well upkept. Huge ...
... we hope they will take cash, the guide book says you have to have an Istanbulkarts, this is like the London Oyster card and is pre-loaded before journeys. We don't have one, but we'll chance it. The bus driver just indicates for us to get on, damned foreigners! He must have thought!
20 minutes later we were in the city, first job is to go to the phone shop to sort out our Internet, on the way there we stopped for coffee at a lovely traditional Turkish ...
... Istanbul to Cappadocia. There was no wifi on this bus so we spent the time getting to know the other people on the tour, playing card games and for Matt, doing work. Along the way we made a couple of stops to break up the trip. The first stop was in Ankara at a place called Anitkabir or The Mausoleum of Ataturk. The mausoleum is a memorial to the founder of the modern day Republic of Turkey, the Aturturk. This guy was the general in charge of the Turkish troops in the ...