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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of sights - one of which was a stadium - and nearly no other detail. Two hours later I had found a stadium - the Besiktas stadium - arch rivals of Besiktas. At a couple of points I had thought it odd that they would build the two main city rivals stadiums in the same district but had brushed off the thought. I had to accept that I was not going to find the stadium and was going to have to instead re-group and try again later. It took another hour to find a ...
... acaso. Meu hostess do couchsurfing, um libanês simpatissíssimo me deu as primeiras respostas sobre essa religião tao intrigante e que de forma generalizada, nós ocidentais somente vemos bem de longe com lentes distorcidas. E foi aqui em Istambul que pude aprofundar meu conhecimento sobre o Islamismo. Uma família islâmica abriu as portas da casa deles sem nem ao menos saber quem eu era, me puseram à mesa todas as manhãs para um delicioso café e o indispensável chá, ...
... it onto the 'footpath'. While our guide was a little nervous about the whole process, she did say it was a fairly common occurrence. As we were finally able to get underway again the passengers applauded the driver and his helpers.
Back at ship we had a few more snacks and discovered the Bistro had a chocolate fountain!!! We took a few final photos of Istanbul by night before sailing away at midnight. ...
... found a guy and his BBQ who was making actual fish sandwiches. So we quickly enjoyed them, then kept on to the Egyptian Bazaar. A Bazaar is like a big market just Middle-Eastern style. There I bought a Galatasaray SK jersey (my favourite Turkish soccer team), and Jimmy if you're reading this the jersey has a Dutch players name on it, Wesley Sneijder, #10. Just before I left a businessman said " Wesley Sneijder... Wheeeeewwwwww". The last day there, it was my Dad's birthday. We ...
We visited the Blue Mosque, or the Sultan Ahmet Camii, as the Turks call it. It’s called the “blue” mosque because of the blue tiles that are all over the walls and ceiling. The Mosque was built from 1609-1616, during the rule of Ahmed I. It is still popularly used as a mosque.
98% of Turkey’s population is ...