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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Tres horas e vinte minutos apos decolar de Londres , pousamos no Aeroporto Ataturk em Istanbul....40 minutos apos sairmos da aeronave ja estavamos na calcada aguardando a perua que iria nos trazer ao hotel. eficiencia turca
A cidade de Istanbul e linda e limpa com milhares de tulipas de varias cores formando desenhos harmoniosos e o …
... after the tea and Raki we were obliged to come in and get something for good luck. Once inside he quickly began showing us table runners and we said we did not want to buy. He became very angry and told us it was rude not to buy after all the hospitality he showed us. We just walked out. After reflecting a bit we both were disappointed that we did not share how we felt about his hospitality. It kind of left a ...
... to be about 700 metres from the hostel at about midnight. I had previously caught a funicula train to the closer station but was told that this was closed for the night and therefore followed my instinct knowing that the station and therefore my hostel must be downhill. Big mistake. I was in a massive square with countless exits all of which seemed to go downhill. After about 30 minutes of walking I reached the bottom of a hill which was clearly not the right ...
Next morning when we woke up, we were so surprised to find the weather had changed, and that a fine sunny day was beckoning. From our rooftop breakfast table we could see that the Bosphorous was absolutely sparkling and filled with harbour traffic.. Our aim had been to visit the Spice Market and the Chora, the fantastic museum we'd visited previously. The latter was a fair way from the other attractions and apparently was undergoing renovations, so we decided to give ...
... walls and the brick work was quite rough (sloped walls for the earthquake protection), but when the Romans came through for Troy 5-7 they had begun using hand tools so the structure of the walls was a lot smoother and square. The marble work was amazing, again all done by hand...it was so even and smooth, I don't think people nowadays could even attempt anything as good by hand!! It was a pretty interesting place to visit, ...