Mim Hotel Istanbul
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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After a night in Antalya, and an earlyish flight to Istanbul, we were back in Istanbul once more. Driving past the old city walls we were soon trapped in narrow winding streets that were just about impossible to navigate, so we had to get out and walk the last Km. Geraldine had a medical assessment and then we were free to see parts of the city we …
... a bit of time and check out some maps of Singapore. Ended up talking to a lovely couple from Christchurch who were on the same flight. A hot blast of air hit us as we walked out of the air-conditioned airport into the morning air, heavy with moisture. Thankfully our shuttle had AC, and we gasped in the cool air.
Within half an hour we’d arrived at Marina Bay Sands! What an unbelievable hotel! Bigger than I’d imagined even thought I’d watched ...
... a total nuisance.
At the Blue Mosque Sue had to wear traditional attire which covered her head, shoulders and legs while I was OK in my shorts as long as they covered my knees. The inside of the mosque was huge and the domes were very decorative and enormously wide, supported by very thick columns, much more thicker than the columns in western cathedrals. It was very impressive with the usual wide open expanse ...
First and only full day in Istanbul. We both woke up super early (time zone changes). Damien went for a walk and got coffees and I did a workout in our room. We had banana and yogurt for Breaky and Damien planned our big day. We left the room about 930 and walked up to Taksim Square. It took us awhile to find the tram but got there in the end. We bought a token for the tram and ...
... joined with another mini bus full) went into a glass cabin, and talked non-stop. For one thing, they were out of the cold, but also they were not available to ask questions, or for us to see as they were talking, which we felt might have made them more easily understood.
After the boat ride, we got back in the coaches and were driven up a hill for a cable car ride. The view from the hill was great. The cable car experience ...