Point Hotel Barbaros
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... for money; 85tl (around £22) for the 3 day pass or 115tl (around £30) for the 5 day pass. The Museum Pass allows you free entry into all the main attractions in Istanbul as well as giving you discounts on many other things.
During my time in Istanbul I visited the Basilica Cistern, the Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace, Hagia Sophia, Istanbul Archaeological Museum and the Mosaic Museum. I would hugely recommend visiting all of these, ...
... my diet plan; we follow a balanced diet program and simply avoid your morning meal cereals, sweets and all sorts of highly processed and processed foods. Carbohydrates can be a necessary way to obtain electricity and fantastic very low GI choices consist of brown rice and quinoa. Prevent the white, starchy, processed grain like the majority of morning meal cereals, white breads, white colored rice, and biscuits. Ovum and yogurt are wonderful resources for proteins and in my ...
... palace contains 285 rooms, 46 halls, 6 baths and an incredible 68 toilets. It is said that 14 tonnes of gold were used to decorate the palace in gold leaf. The tour only takes you through a few of the main rooms and you have to go around in a guided tour, this is part of the 40 lire entrance fee. We donned our obligatory bright turquoise shoe covers to protect the carpets and waited for the guide. The interior is incredible and shows the opulence of the ...
... br> 2) bought 12 months supply of bp & cholesterol meds (about 30% more expensive than in Thailand and also without need for a prescription),
3) enjoyed another super lunch at Balkan Lokanti, and
4) popped into Topkapi Palace for a quick look-see.
Construction began in 1459 and, at its peak, the palace was home to as many as 4,000 people.
... tiny by comparison. 700 passengers versus 2000+. Our suite(they don't call them cabins) are the largest we have had on a ship. Bath has tub and separate shower, a big walk-in closet, a couch and 2 barrel chairs and very nice deck chairs on the balcony. Everything else is scaled down. Casino has 1 blackjack table, I roulette table, and maybe a dozen slots. There is only one shop for purchasing things rather than a whole floor of shops that you ...