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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... this lifestyle! There were 8 of us from the coach trip who had booked to follow it up with a hopefully less frantically paced cruise, also organised and booked through Insight Travel. They included a couple from Tasmania and the others from USA and Canada. It was good to meet up with them for our meal in an otherwise crowded restaurant on board. Out boat left Istanbul on time at 7 pm and I was able to get a few good photos of domes ...
... Paleolithic diet plan. Paleo eating places higher value on refreshing, whole foods, toned healthy proteins, and sea food, refreshing fruits and vegetables, seeds and nuts, even though staying away from processed foods, sugars, grain and beans, dairy food and alcoholic drinks. Just recently I observed a Television set media bit about many ordinary Australians' personal identifying gluten intolerance and staying away from grain based merchandise in droves to achieve greater well ...
... own life in your hands walking round this town haha!!
Now Hagia Sophia is absolutely massive! This place was originally built as a Christian church - it was the largest church in the world. Built back in the year 360 by Emperor Constanitius. There of course have been a number of wars over its time and was burnt to the ground in 404, it was rebuilt again in 415 but then there was the Nike Riot (532) where it was burnt to the ground soon after making way for a new church. ...
... fit for a sultan - every kind of grilled vegetable, salad with rice, pasta, bulgar wheat, filo parcels with feta cheese, delicious tender lumps of lamb and chicken and of course, bread. By the time we had finished we had sailed to a small village only a couple of clicks form the Black Sea. We passed some really stunning houses and some derelict remnants form the days of empire. Turkey has had a tricky few years of late but is perfectly poised, just ...
... into double figures) has rocketed in the two days we've been here, and if you've ever seen Emma in a head scarf you'll understand why they adopt her as a long lost daughter of Turkestan!
Where did you get that hat?
Jack was minus a cap on a very hot day and we saw an All Blacks cap on display in a carpet shop near the Blue Mosque! On enquiring its price we were told it was not for sale, but the owner proceeded to rummage in his attic ...