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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today we decided to have a relaxing morning after our crazy day yesterday - so we didn't venture out... Just means we'll have to come back to Istanbul. (Although I don't think Gaz would come back - I'm on the fence about it, I think it was great to visit...it's just so damn busy and dirty, but who knows what might happen) We were picked up at 12pm and off to the airport we went. Had a few hours to kill, but we had ...
... guided tour. Our contacts weren't wrong, the queue was long, VERY LONG. I would think that we saved well over an hour just at the entry as we passed through the gates ahead of the rest, we were already counting our blessings!
The tour took in many parts of the Museum and was eloquently narrated by Francinda our guide. She had collected receivers with earphones at the entry for us and spoke very clearly and with incredible passion and about ...
... Michelangelo on the shoulder for the job even though he had never done frescos before. He declined and the Pope had to ask him three times - so Michelangelo really didn't want to do this job! He did strike a deal with the Pope that the Pope never alter Michelangelo's work and the Pope never ask Michelangelo to paint another fresco, and they both honoured that agreement.
One of Michelangelo's requests to the pope was that the figures in the Last Judgement painting ...
... until 4am with their yelling and screaming. you would think they would try and keep them under control after a certain time but no. Shane is a deep sleeper so he didnt even notice! It was hot in the cabin and couldnt open the door cos of the mozzies .
Next day we decided to hang around at the pool for the day, was really nice to lie in the sun.
Caught the shuttle, train, metro then bus to town to find some camping gas. Google maps put ...
Hannah had planned to go to Brussels (now it is Portugal as it was going to be too expensive from Avignon) and Campbell has planned a trip up to Sweden to see a friend, Anya from Tassie next week after he has done a couple of his Flexible learning assignments. So Andrew, Samuel and I decided to go to ROME. We left lunchtime Wednesday and travelled the afternoon to Genoa going through Cannes and Monte Carlo stopping in Nice to get a train to Ventimiglia, just ...