Ocean's 7 Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... is supported by four pillars fondly called "elephant feet" and are 5 metres in diameter.
It can hold 10,000 people there to pray.
there ate three levels divided in to areas for men then women and then women with young children.
it was an interesting visit but again you are left wondering about the great religion divide and what makes people behave the way they do?
We left the mosque and headed to the Grand Bazaar. In the Bazaar there ...
... although they're slightly disappearing due to erosion they are still very clear. The sentiment of being there was surreal, I think dad could give the tour guides a run for their money! Just highlighting how small the world is we ran into emerald and Zoe from strathy and another strathy girl from 4 years above us (separately) so far that's every day we have seen people we know, so ...
... this time. It was sunny again by the time dinner hit. We went to a small place by the Galata tower and I ate a small pita with mince meat and cheese. I had a light dinner since I wanted some dessert. Dessert was a Turkish "Mastic" Ice cream. It had a sticky texture and the guy fooled around with the kids and tricking them with empty cones before finally giving them the cone of ice cream. It was real funny watching the parents film their ...
I arrived in Istanbul in a whirl of confusion. I was so disorientated after reaching Taksim Square that I had to get a taxi to take me the five hundred metres to my accommodation. As the driver whizzed around the narrow lanes and side streets, I noticed that there were many roads that were blocked off with makeshift barriers and small fires. My driver was panicked and talking to someone on his radio about directions. Finally we reached the address I'd been given and after haggling with ...
... back of such a large group was a bit annoying, as the guide had always started talking before everyone was in the room, so we missed pretty much all the information. But it still looked very impressive. I think I probably wouldn't mind living in a palace! The last room we came to was epic, with the biggest chandelier in the middle of what could have been a ballroom, and huge temple-like pillars all around the sides holding up a balcony which was surrounded by statues. ...