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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... water from a huge well and sometimes even bringing up fish! A number of significant renovations have been undertaken, particularly following two earthquakes in the 1300’s. However one of the most comprehensive was between 1985-87 when 50,000 tons of mud was removed and the walking platforms were installed.
Following all those wonderful sights, three of the top on my list, we decided it was time for lunch, and found a really great place ...
... swimming echo. There are many huge carp that live in it now, Kyle wishes he had brought is fishing pole. Although the city is very different than any other we have been to, it is beautiful and unique. It reminds us of a cross between Rome and Venice, with other elements thrown in as well. The architecture is different and there are many views of the water. We are resting and looking forward to watching the sunset from the hotel roof later. It has been a full but wonderful first ...
Today we got to see Istanbul with the ship as our hotel. So our evening waiter Ian, we have nicknamed King of the Eggs because in the morning he runs the omelet bar. So typical breakfast and then on to figure out Istanbul's public transport system. Before that, Alicia has opened the rockwall again for those on board, so we thought we would get the last few climbs in, and a big thank you. We aren't sure what we enjoyed ...
... stuff was amazing. I can't get on board with olives for breakfast though. Usually I'd go out of my way to eat olives, but not at that time of the morning.
While I enjoyed Jerusalem, it's definitely a place where I felt like an outsider looking in. When you have a city that is built on religion, it's difficult to connect with if you don't have religious beliefs. That being said, I met a few interesting people about the hostel that I shared a meal or a drink with, ...
We left after having one last morning look at our beloved pyramids and breakfast. We were flying Turkish Air this time. It was the only plane that was not Egypt Air scheduled as far as we could see. It was about 25 mins late and that made some people with connecting flights anxious. Our time in the airport was spent using our last Egyptian pounds and Richard found a TV with some cycling showing. The flight was 2.20 mins, just enough time for a movie. When we arrived we were amazed at ...