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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... t have enough credit on it! Oh no! The driver let us on anyway, thank you Mr Driver. At the bus station where we got of the bus we found the payment kiosk and topped up the card, then walked to the consulate. We waited for Mr Araf, he was late, I hate to be kept waiting! At 5 past he arrived, we passed through the security check in the entrance and used the small lift to get to the 6th floor, we then had to wait out turn, the office was busy and we waited over an hour, ...
... and just amazing. I also caught Annie admiring pottery, just like the stuff we have just given away when we left Oman..... it stayed in the bazar.
We bought sandwiches from stalls by the Column of Constantine, reminded me of Nelson's Column. I also snapped the lady at the base of the tower and was sure I heard Julie Andrews singing....
We had lunch in the grounds of yet another massive mosque, Suleymaniye Mosque, and coffee in the Addicts ...
... was all great fun, but I just had a funny feeling that when we approached the Bazaar, Mete would want to still hangout with us. As nice as he was, ....this was where We'd have to say Si-A-Nara. No WAY could we shop with a guy hanging around.So at the entrance, I stopped, and said, 'Mete, thank you soooo much for joining us, and for all of your assistance, but I KNOW that you probably hate shopping, so if you want to head on back, I'll say goodbye before ...
... alive with revelers until (very) late into the night. Istiklal St seems to get busier the later in the night it gets. At 11pm it remains full of families, shoppers and tourists. The food options in the new town are much broader, the dress code is more casual and liquor is sold more openly.
Police presence was extreme on the Turkish National day. We cautiously walked past Taksim Square and there were thousands of police. Some in full ballistic riot gear ...