Lush Hotel Taksim
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... the old materials. In Sultanahmet Gradens, imams have posted a strong argument that all "prophets" are different aspects of the one God, including a genealogical diagram showing that Jesus and Mohammed were related.
The call to prayer is just going out from three mosques around us, and each has a different calling and singing style. A local woman died yesterday, so today's calls were poignant. ...
... and every time we stop for a break Mitch and Charley put out the set that comes everywhere with us. Mitch made me sneak off with him to find another couple of last minute presents for the girls. He has been consumed with finding things to make the day special. He bought a bracelet Alex had admired and a yellow ornament Charley will love. Alex asked me today whether The Whirling Dervishes were as big here as One Direction is at home...:) By the time we ...
... Hagia Sofia and Topkapi Palace. Both amazing sites and with the help of the good old audio sets, I managed to learn a little about the Ottoman Empire. Trouble is, there are 2 ships (that's ship....not ****) load of American tourists in Istanbul at the moment and they LOVE taking photo's with their iPhones and iPads....not really looking where they are going while clicking away. Seriously....what type of quality do they expect to get with these devices? Attacked the Grand Bazaar, ...
... display, very upmarket waterside restaurants and hotels. There was also a private island for the jet setters (looks like a large cruise liner and functions as a health club).
Other cruise highlights included the so-called Maiden's Tower (dating back to Byzantine times) and the Rumeli fortress built by the Ottomans as part of their strategy to capture Constantinople.
... to woo you in. We had dinner at the Sultan Aiya, and had the traditional Tasti Kebab which is cooked in clay pots, and sheared off in front of you by a hot knife and poured onto your plate. Very theatrical and tastes sensational. With another early start tomorrow to Santorini via Athens, we called it a night, even though it's already called 'night' (Carl Barron joke), and hit our hotel to try and make a D on Santorinis Accomodation. ...