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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... were not ready until 1pm so we took a walking tour of the area including another visit to the Grand Bazaar (cannot stay away from that place !) where we were entertained by the various merchants offering their wares in distinctive and humorous ways. these guys do know their trade and know every trick in the book to get you to buy something. As long as good humour accompanies the banter, on both sides, a great afternoon can be had trading blows with them as they ...
... por 3 dias de um jeito super acolhedor, como se eu fosse da família e o filho mais novo (Ysufu Daban), um garoto extremamente doce e divertido, me mostrou de uma forma simples e completamente "desnudada", sem segredos, o que para mim eram “os mistérios do mundo islâmico”e posso dizer que fiquei deslumbrada. Meus tabus foram esclarecidos e o que antes chegava como idéias prontas, cheias de conexões indevidas entre Islamismo, terrorismo, violência, ...
... wear during a long haul flight. Before boarding, I feel so nervous and excited that most of the times I enter the plane smiling - almost laughing. This is because I am still a bit afraid of flying, but when I do fly, it gives me much more satisfaction than if I would not have done it. Once accommodated in my seat I guess again who is going to be my neighbor. Everybody knows what is to have a crying baby, a super size men or anybody with smelly feet, or smelly in ...
... into the metro and jumped on a train to our next destination. We got off, and after orienting myself with my trusty map, walked down towards the embassy. It was a lot further than it looked on be map and we ended up walking another half hour or so along to the street it was on, where we passed a metro stop that was one before the one we got off. That would've been easier! We walked along the street it was supposed to be on, but struggled to find it. We asked a group ...