Radisson Blu Bosphorus Hotel, Istanbul
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
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We have finally arrived in Istanbul at 8pm after 3 planes 5 airports and 30 hours in transit. We are exhausted and looking forward to a good night sleep in a bed that is huge and given our state of tiredness looks like heaven. We have the day to ourselves tomorrow before we meet our tour group so we will head out to explore this bustling city. Day …
... a cobble stone street compete for baked potato sales with barkers who shouted, "Hey slim, get your baked potato here!" Sounds the same in Turkish.
The passenger ferry tour starts from right next to the beautiful Ortakoy Mosque. Monique and friends joined us at a bistro near the mosque, and we boarded the ferry.
Part III The Cruise
We happened to get the warmest, sunniest March day for our cruise. It was still a sweater and jacket day, but ...
... I found a local spot on the street to enjoy a kabap platter and well a few afternoon delights with tea of course!! I could get used to this :)
After writing my post cards and watching the world go by I headed back to my hostel to pack and clean up as I had a dinner date with a Emel, a girl friend I had made while taking my yoga certification in India. She also had after a few years of working in Dubai returned to Istanbul and we were both ...
... have so much petrol on board,60 miles left should be ok,we were now seing signs for Ankara,had the sat nav got lost and was now taking us the completely wrong way,we stopped and asked but nobody spoke English,even the policeman,bet if he had pulled me he would have understood! We stopped for a coffee,and a think,and a COOL down,we tried to phone the freight company but no ...
... The mosaics had been well preserved as they had been covered with plaster when the church was converted to a mosque in the late 1400's. We then went to the Hippodrome where horse races were held in ancient times and to the Blue mosque. Our guide was very good at explaining the positive aspects of the Islamic faith, and distancing it from the extremists who dominate the media. We then went past St Sophia ...