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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... with their tiled mosaics, copper fire places and lavish drapes and carpets.
The 'treasure' on display ranged from obscene opulence in the jewels - an 86 carat diamond circled with scores of smaller diamonds, a gold plated crib decorated with rubies, diamonds and other gems were probably the most OTT. The functional art was fascinating - the daggers, carafes, mirrors were beautifully crafted and clearly served a ...
... even wanted to have in the first place. In the end Dad took his business card and we left, telling him that if we wanted a carpet we would go to his shop. Then we trekked home. At home we rested and then we went to dinner and ate kabobs and pizza with of course, flatbread. On the way to dinner I saw a coin and picked it up, they have really cool coins here. I was surprised that I could pick the coin up because earlier this morning we saw ...
... backgammon at the hostel. We felt a bit naughty for not being touristy everyday but it was nice to enjoy the group environment and chill out in a homely place. Brad and I went on our first ever dinner and a movie date, it was awesome. For $20 we both had a full dinner and paid for our movie tickets! We were pretty stoked with that. One of our friends Haydon, who we met while travelling in Bosnia, was also in Istanbul so it was very exciting getting to catch ...
... however, the inconvenience paled in comparison with the splendor, especially in Hagia Sophia. Almost impossible to describe this basilica/mosque/museum built in 537. I don't think I've seen anything that compares to this in scale, not even the Duomo in Florence or St. Peter's in Rome. The Topkapi palace complex is also huge. The Harem is most impressive as is ...
... on criss crossing each way and we were given 35 minutes to shop and meet back at Gate 1! Would we find out way back and in time!! Remember, we were errant children earlier!! We did make it back and enjoyed a bit of bartering!
From there on it was onward to the Spice Market and a whirlwind 20 minutes look, again through throngs of people.
Next was a tour upriver in a cruise boat which was full of people and we were some of the last on board, so ...