Mim Hotel Istanbul
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... that it wasn't a reward for her winning a bet with the manager that I would eat the strange food).
At Sultanahmet there in front of you are two of the wonders of Istanbul: The Blue Mosque, and the Hagia Sophia Museum/Mosque/ Cathedral..I decided to try the Blue Mosque first,
We visitors had a twenty minute wait, until the 1pm prayer meeting had finished and so a couple of hundred of us looked around the courtyard and then joined a queue to be processed for entry to the ...
... I did not do, and today I was sitting in a rather fancy (and very much couples type) place by myself. So, I came back to the hostel and I found it totally empty. The reception guy said that there was a gypsy festival a few streets down, and everyone had gone there. I thought about it, and then decide to just take the night off. I went to roof to write the blog, and met a older Japanese woman, named Tomobi (spelled incorrectly, I am sure). She used to love to travel, fell ...
... a beautiful man, but with blood-shot eyes - he was so full of goodness. The truly sad thing is that a group of poor Indonesian Muslims actually believed this claptrap, in awe of the exhibits.
It's our last day in Istanbul, so time to catch up. I took a tram to visit an intact Roman aquaduct, almost a kilometre still standing, and working, although a ...
... in one usually feels like sitting in an oven because of all the heat put off by the rotisseries. But I've never seen one quite like Konak before, with four levels of dining areas complete with a rooftop patio, all wonderfully airy and with views of people strolling below. The chandeliers, banquettes, and wallpaper ... it looked more like something you'd find in a fine cafe on the Champs-Elysees, than something you would ever expect to see as a kebab ...
... in the UK. So within 1 hour we were in a taxi speeding through the city at breakneck speed, with Maddie teaching us the basic Turkish words we would need. She has been practicing at home with the aid of an iPad app and has about a dozen words down pat. Needless to say she is very popular with the locals with her Turkish! First impressions are that this is very sophisticated, orderly city. Much ...