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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Agan Istanbul
This was the first ever "Hotel" that I had ever booked since beginning to travel back in 1999.
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... to see us. Bought 2 pendants there and I think he was pretty pleased about that. He was more pleased when I backtracked to his shop again about 30 minutes later to get a bracelet I'd seen.... and then another one. Better than HARRODS. Much better than HARRODS. Seriously. We stepped outside for a short breather and a coke. Easier said than done.... You can get lost in there very easily. Then back into it. Emily had fun. Bought some presents and a ring ...
... with some of the other tour groups. We then had our final sleep on board the boat.
It was definitely sad to say farewell to everyone (mostly everyone who wasn’t doing the Cappadocia tour). The trip was incredible and was very different to what I was expecting from Turkey (in the best way possible). After saying goodbye to an amazing group of people 7 of us got back on the bus with Adi and Antonio and began the next part of the Turkey adventure.
... from downtown to the airport area, but we selected to take Public Transportation to our hotel, which we thought would be much more interesting..... It was...... What should have been a simple combination of one Trolley and one Subway turned out to be a little more involved. Only because we went 5 stops ...
... not sure I would want to pray with so many tourists as spectators. It was the call to prayer from the Blue Mosque that would echo through the squares and that would wake us early each morning from our hotel. The call to prayer is something I found quite special about Turkey (and in general for Islamic countries). Whilst it does happen at odd and very early hours and might be a rude awakening for some (no alarm clock needed in Turkey!), you quickly get used to it, and it strangely has ...