Radisson Blu Conference & Airport Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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After being delayed and not landing until 12:20am we were dashing through the airport to try to make the 1am shuttle bus. With 5mins to spare we ran the length of the taxi rank only to find there was no bus. Was pretty scary trying to find a taxi and getting hassled a lot and a random traveller decided to join us in the taxi. Alice wanted to sit in …
... boat to be greeted by a Turkish band. Our guide will also be our guide to Gallopolli . We drove thru the old part of town Aya Sofa the church/ mosque was built by order of the emperor Justinian in the 6th century AD and consecrated as a church in 534 Looted by marauding Crusaders in the 13th century, stormed by Ottman invaders during the Conquest and converted to a mosque by Mehmet the Conqueror Now it is a museum . We enter the building and walk into the inner ...
... height: normal;">- a bottle rose sherbert we shared... It lived up to every expectation! It was sweet and tasted a lot of roses; apparently mashed rose petals was one of the main ingredients.
- the palace kitchens, especially the confectionary kitchen where huge copper cauldrons, iron ladles and marble slabs were displayed. There was lots of fascinating information ...
Getting ready before we head out to find us some Tukka for brekkie. See what i did there. I bought some Aussie to Turkey. The bed here was pathetic, I've now got a pretty sore back, besides that, the hotel is nice and the people are very helpful.
We strolled down the streets of Istanbul to find somewhere to eat. The traffic was buzzin and people were on the move everywhere. ...
... and shisha isn't exactly the most healthy. It's cheap though, which is just what I need. I'm seriously looking at extending my trip by a few weeks to catch Awakenings Festival in Amsterdam at the end of June. It's one of the biggest techno festivals in the world, and tickets are dirt cheap compared to a lot of festivals. I don't think my Europe trip would complete without it. It will mean a slightly more expensive trip through Belgium and Amsterdam for a week, but my money is ...