Germir Palas Hotel Istanbul
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... Zeynap who was the lady we first met in the entrance, without that chance meeting we wouldn't have all these new friends and the help and kindness they give us.
We then went with Emre to the travel agents, we printed off our bank statement which Polly had emailed to us, and put it together with the other documents required for the visa. The application wouldn't be submitted until Wednesday due to the holiday. We had arranged to go for lunch with Murat ...
... the Mosques & museums are close by. We stop for a beer on a roof top patio &cannot believe the view of the Bosporious. The day is hot & sunny. Oct.2 Did the Grand Bazar today. Incredible...but did not buy anything Got lost trying to find our way back home. Purchased 3 day passes for the museums. It was a holiday week-end ...
... lovely folk music played by a student with a flute and sung by everyone else. The food here is very good, but could use some spice. One of my classmates has taken to carrying red pepper flakes in her purse and I'm right on her heels with it. BUT, if you have the opportunity to try anything made with cheese, do it. It's usually goat cheese. Very good. Hope all of you are doing well!
... times a day, sun rise, midday, afternoon, sunset and 2hours after sunset. I was most impressed at the carpet that the kneel down on. The pattern offers the spot for each hand knees and forehead to be placed. Hargest Sophia, the largest church to ever be built. 7000 m2. Wow.. It is completely lined with beautiful mosaic artwork, however was made to be covered up with a yellow plaster, they know want to retrieve ...
... because we are literally stranded in an industrial area with very limited food places within walking distance and somewhat captive in the hotel. A bit of poor organisation on the part of the tour company is that no evening meal is provided here and it should be as it gives the tour party a chance to wind down together. Instead we were left wondering what to do. We arranged to meet up with Paul and Katharine for dinner, in the end we ate in the coffee shop with ...