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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Mosque we went to the Spice Markets, also an awesome experience. Unfortunatley due to the accident the night before we started out tour late, which was supposed to begin in the morning so we had very limited time at the Spice Markets. Although I purchased some delicious teas and spices from the Markets. Another ...
... searching for the things to see; and I even made a powerpoint of where am I going to and what attractions am I expecting to see. However, I stopped planning after the first 3 stops, cos I was thinking it's impossible to plan all the details in the trip. Also, where's the fun if I know about all the things that I'm going to see. So I stopped planning the details and just think of the cities that I wanted to go.
My trip's gonna last for one month and a half, it ...
... flights in Turkey have been more turbulent than any I've been on in recent years. I don't remember ever being thrown as hard sideways as I was on this landing. Emma had arranged a pickup for us - she'd worked out that a shuttle would cost $5 more each than using public transport, and then changing to a taxi. I was so pleased we had the shuttle option. It took nearly two hours to reach the hotel. The traffic was horrendous.
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... important people, occasional fountains and sheltered walkways. The houses were cooled and heated by intricate systems and decorated with colourful floor mosaics and mats, carved furniture and wall hangings. The large Jewish community met in the synagogue. In Ephesus, there was also a small community of Jewish followers of John the Baptist, converted by visitors to Jerusalem. They did not know about Jesus’ ...
On Sunday we left Cappadoccia early for the long haul back to Istanbul. There's not much to see along the way, but we did stop at Ankara to see the mausoleum of Ataturk. It's a huge structure on a hill overlooking the city. Ataturk is greatly loved and revered by the Turkish people, as the founding father of modern Turkey. After WW1, he led the country to victory in the war of independence. He created a secular state, and when you ...