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- Minibar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
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... propelled by the dancers' rhythmic foot movements were mesmorising. We were all moved by it.
The Grande Bazaar and the Spice / Egyptian Bazaar were exactly as I had imagined them. The smell of the spices was tantalising and required all my self- restraint not to buy a van full. Somehow I find it easier to resist the Turkish Delight. The crowds in the streets around the bazaars were suffocating for the ...
Before we got there, however, we found ourselves wandering around the Main Market, which fills the streets around the Spice Market. In fact we had quite a job finding the latter due to the mazy street layout and all the market stalls! The Main Market was very interesting to look round in itself. It was filled with stalls selling a wide range ...
... left some extra food for the restaurant cats. Then we tried to go to some sort of square, but we kind of got lost, so that didn't happen the way we planned. We ended up going to this really big, fancy, architectural mosque. It had domes, tiling, baths, it had everything! As we walked around it we saw a small cemetery, the graves were massive and very detailed. We then ...
this place is by far the biggest palace in Turkey. It was started in 1453 and has had about 6 Sultans live here and add to the place. The lines to get in were crazy and inside just as bad. Of course it started ******* rain while we were lined up to get a ticket and it rained all morning. The ticket was expensive 45tl but I think worth it. It is ...
... while being delicious is probably not something 1 person should eat on their own. It was a wheel of cheese maybe 8mm in diameter coated in what I think was coconut and then baked and covered in a sweet honey syrup - delicious but killer on the stomach later. The next day I got up early to catch the bus to a town called Selcuk which is famous only for it's proximity to the ancient ruins of Ephesus (also often abbreviated to Efes) on the first of my bus rides to get ...