Gezi Hotel Bosphorus
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... plates and plates of chips and salsa. Later that night we had dinner in the windows restaurant early and went to see the show which was a magician show, it was pretty cool. The boat also sailed past the place where Gallipoli took place. The guide told us that they are expecting lots and lots of Australian tourists for the 100th year anniversary on April 25th next year. We are in Kusadasi Turkey tomorrow a seaside coastal ...
... the tower but took the travel guides' (yes, I have two) advise and visited a Sufi lodge turned into a museum. A beautiful place where, after having been quite impressed with the calligraphy and history, I just stayed in the garden to enjoy the sun. Later the Friday prayers started and you can hear all the Imam calling from all over the ...
... tiny by comparison. 700 passengers versus 2000+. Our suite(they don't call them cabins) are the largest we have had on a ship. Bath has tub and separate shower, a big walk-in closet, a couch and 2 barrel chairs and very nice deck chairs on the balcony. Everything else is scaled down. Casino has 1 blackjack table, I roulette table, and maybe a dozen slots. There is only one shop for purchasing things rather than a whole floor of shops that you ...
... by the Sultan. One of my favorite parts of the treasure rooms were not the artifacts – although those were impressive – but the archways that formed the doors. The vertical stones of the arch were cut like jigsaws, fitting together perfectly. It was amazing piece of stonecutting. After the treasure rooms – and a brief stop to view the Bosporus – we visited the rooms of holy relics, which include the staff of Moses, the cooking pot of Abraham, and ...
Truly bazaar experiences
My first impression of Istanbul was how incredibly sprawling it is. My bus reached the first skyscrapers at around 11:30 at night which made me hopeful for a full night sleep, but it look a further two and a half hours, three rivers and a crossing from Asia into Europe to actually reach the central bus depot, and that is in the dead of night with practically no traffic. It's big. It's over half the population of my native country. It stretches out into ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet