- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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I am sitting in Angie and Chris's apartment resting after a day of walking, walking walking. Their apartment is nice but they do not have a light going up the stairs to their apartment so we have to use the light on Chris's phone. Izmir is a city of almost 3 million, smoggy and lots of heavy traffic. Trying to cross the street is very stressful. Chris is trying to get me familiarized with where they live ...
Had a poor sleep, so changed rooms in the morning.
Pooring rain all day and cold weather made for difficult sightseeing.
I purchased a 3 day sightseeing pass and lost it after an hour. We are having a run of bad luck.
... were good as you got to by-pass the long line-ups. After a bit of a rough start we are really starting to enjoy Istanbul. We are now in the room promised us & the view from our place is spectacular. We have both a view of the Bospourous &the Blue Mosque. We are also able to access the Bospourous walkway, a short distance from ...
... out that we were calling it water (with espanol accent) and that the real name for toilet is escusado. We concluded the tour by enjoying boat ride on the Bosphorus. Saw many huge estates, Dolmabahce Palace and too many mosques to count. The most interesting mosque had two domes, one for the Muslums to worship and the other housed a Christian church, complete with a cross on top.The most fascinating thing about this boat ride is that you can see two continents, ...
We transferred hotels to our Ancient Turkey tour hotel - the Ramada Atakoy (a lot fancier than our previous accom) and then set off back into old town to check out the Basilica Cistern. The Basilica Cistern is a huge underground water chamber built in AD 532. With huge columns and the water illuminated with fish swimming throughout, it is quite a site. After a quick lunch we then headed to the Grand Bazaar- an enormous covered ...