Hotel Fehmi Bey
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- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... strong, as is the bond between different families of the same faith. I guess that's understandable given Jewish history. It's something I respect. Being in Jerusalem during Holy Week was a bit of a double edged sword. It was a unique opportunity to see many people descend on perhaps the holiest city in the world and engage in different ceremonies. At the same time, the city shuts down over Passover, which isn't that great for the average tourist. I would've ...
... a text arrives, of course it's in Turkish! So we don't understand, but we don't have Internet! We carry on walking, another text arrives, still don't understand and no Internet! We carry on walking, another text arrives. Yay! We have Internet! We returned back to Dream Catcher and gave Murat a quick call to see if there was any news on visas, he kindly checked with the travel agent, she will ...
... mosques and other ancient buildings are completely breathtaking converging together to provide such a brilliant panoramic city view. As is our way, we walked the whole of the city visiting as many places as possible - you really do need a good five days to do Istanbul justice and we did all the main sights including:-
- Topkapi Palace - Graham was particularly fascinated by the Harem
- the Basilica Cistern (an absolute ...
We visited Askara Market- very upmarket on our way to the Mosaic Museum. During Roman times the mosaics were on the floor of the peristyle (courtyard) of a palace. They date back to the 4th& 6th centuries & contain 75-80,000,000 pieces of limestone, terra cotta & colored glass, 5mm squares. Early restoration has damaged some but work is continuing with Austrian support. The mosaics are stunning & give great insight into ...
... The Bosporus serves as the agreed upon border where Europe stops and Asia begins. Soon to, perhaps, become a member of the European Union, Turkey hosts Istanbul at its northwestern corner and abuts war torn Syria on the south.
For purposes of comparison, New York City is the 18th largest city in the world, the largest in the United States; over 8 million people live there. Istanbul, by comparison, is the 2nd largest city in the world ...