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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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3 Days in Istanbul. It sounds like a chapter out of Frommer's Guide to Turkey, but that's all we had in this fascinating city.
History, culture, modern and ancient; all found in spades here. With a strong travel advisory issued by the Canadian government (and our relatives back home), we shortened our month-long ...
We left Cappadocia early this morning - a last glimpse of the spectacular hot air balloons drifting across the skyline. But I must say I was a bit over the whole cave experience - it may be novel, but it's not practical, and the lack of cupboards or shelves was a short term proposition only. It was only a short flight to Istanbul, but we didn't arrive until almost lunchtime. This travel thing is so time consuming! We said an emotional farewell to ...
... We stayed in a couple of different places in Istanbul; Academie house dormitory $12 per night in a hostel for a couple of nights - , cheap and nice, also in 2 other hotels for single nights New Faith Hotel $37 per night double room good place buffet breakfast included all day coffee and tea, Hert Hotel $37 per night double room good place buffet breakfast included all day coffee and tea
I really enjoyed the Turkish food, a mix of Asian and ...
... of being here for two days, which eats into seeing the place. Oh well just go with the flow!
Lyn arrived much later and we had a reunion light dinner because it was 9.00 pm by this time. Have a picture of us, not good one though as very dark. Lyn is not well and is very tired and will have a good night's sleep after her flights from Perth! Tomorrow we move hotels at 11.30 am and then a tour of the city sights after that.
... we visited the Archeological Museum. In contrast to the mosaics this was a let down. It wasn't that big and it was mainly just sarcophagi that had been collected from all over Turkey. There were about 100 school trips roaming around too which was a bit of a nightmare.
After lunch we finally went inside Hagia Sophia, a Byzantine church turned Ottoman mosque turned museum. Built ...