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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... now cost 4TL (£1.12). There is a machine on every platform (that gives change) in English and provides a token known as a jeton. This token is required to operate the turnstile that leads to the tram platform. Within 15 minutes we had arrived at Sirkeci, one of the tram stops nearest to the entrance of the Grand Bazaar. This megamall is allegedly one of the world’s most exciting shopping experiences. (Now that must be the mother of all oxymorons if ever ...
... served as an Eastern Orthodox cathedral and seat of the Patriarchate of Constantinople, except between 1204 and 1261, when it was converted to a Roman Catholic cathedral under the Latin Empire. The building was a mosque from 29 May 1453 until 1931. It was then secularised and opened as a museum on 1 February 1935. The building has survived earthquakes,religious conflict and bombardments from conquering armies.The columns within he church are marble and come from ancient temples ...
The plan for today was to be up and breakfasted early enough so that we could find a sun lounge on the adults only deck and chill out for the day..... We slept in until almost 10am, so by the time we'd breakfasted and headed to the child free deck, all the sun lounges were taken. We found a quiet area in the shade and chilled ...
... br> before you shower down and head back to your private room to lay down and get
changed… Awesome. I also opted for the straight blade shave…. I walked out of that
Hamam a new man…. J
Only in Turkey is there more money in urine than there is in transport! You can travel on the Metro or Tram for over an hour for 2 Lira (AUD$1), but to
urinate, costs you 1 Lira!!! Classic!!!
I was introduced to the way they ...
... across, I could eat them all day! Yum yum yummy! After lunch we headed off, bought a transport card and jumped on a tram to make our way to the Egyptian Embassy to get a tourist visa. After taking another tram further in, we got off, and instead of using another tariff on our card, decided to walk to the metro stop which wasn't far away. We realised why most people catch the short train ride there after huffing and puffing our way up a mega steep hill to get there! We ...