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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... day I finished it all off with my favourite greek quick eat a gyros. Today I had planned on taking a day trip to explore other parts of the island, but the draw of a lazy morning was too tempting and then followed into a lazy day where I went and found a sunny spot in a sunny square and whiled away a solid part of the day enjoying the sun and my book. The Greeks as it turns out a both wonderfully friendly and very social, and in my few hours on a bench 3 ...
My fourth day abroad was most definitely my favourite but was the longest and hardest day as I squeezed in Two major activities into one day, After I had woken up, got dressed and had breakfast I was out the door waiting for the tour bus to pick me up at 6am as the first activity I had planned for the majority day was an amazing 15 hour Gallipoli Day Trip, this was an exceptional experience ...
... breakfast we found her, sleeping in jeans, a coat and her sunglasses, in her bed. She left again that night at midnight and didn't return till midnight the next day. We made sure to wake up at a reasonable time today and go downstairs for breakfast. We hung around the hostel for a bit and then left, headed for the Blue Mosque. Built by some ottoman sultan, the Blue Mosque was one of istanbul's biggest, walled with ...
... the Sultan Osman I conquered Constantinople, the church was turned into a mosque. Rrecently the government felt that there was no need for a mosque so close to the Blue Mosque, so they made the site a museum. It is most interesting architecturally as it was the first building in the world to have a round dome over a square building. The Pantheon was the first domed building, but its dome was over a round building. Fortunately for posterity, the ...
... T-shirts and rugs. Most of the stuff we just passed but I did acquire a silk hand embroidered shawl for about $80 and a pair of hand made earrings for around $15. The first I had to barter for and got for about half the asking price, which probably means I paid too much but I do like it and the second was fixed price. The earrings came from a store run by a lady who hand embroiders little flowers into necklaces, earrings and broaches. It was beautiful work, I have never ...