Radisson Blu Bosphorus Hotel, Istanbul
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
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... of the boat as we sailed into Istanbul. What a magnificent enters you get. The city is divided into two by the ocean and as we sailed into the harbour on the Europena side you are greeted with The Blue Mosque and Sofia. you continue to cruise down the waterway seeing more mosques and buildings as well as hundreds of people. I was really excited and am so looking forward to spending sometime in this city . We had a tour booked for this afternoon so we disembarked ...
... garden at one point?) Overlooking this view was a small golden-roofed covered seat where one of the sultans liked to break each day's fast during Ramadan.
- a terrace on the other side, with a magnificent view of the Strait of Bosphorus, the other European section and the Asian section.
... bed, to get ready for the big day ahead of us tomorrow - the big bus tour. This will take us to all the places we really want to see in Turkey, in about 6 hours. We can't wait to see what Turkey has to offer. I pretty much have no idea about Turkey to be honest. So my expectations aren't high at all. From what I've seen so far, Turkey is opposite ends of the scale to Dubai. Which makes for an interesting ...
... flag hanging from the rafters, all of the exhibits seemed to subsume the New Zealand forces under the Australian flag. I almost wanted to complain, but wasn't sure if this was covered in the Turkish commentary. Something like 2,700 New Zealanders lost their lives in Gallipoli. The least they could do is recognise their sacrifice for the New Zealand flag.
I'm ready to leave Istanbul tomorrow night. It's been good to recuperate a bit in one place, though a diet of kebabs, ...
... bread. Lamb skewers that are juicy and tasty and fresh orange and pomegranate juice sold on street corners. All this lives in perfect harmony with the modern Istanbul of bars, nightclubs and an obvious booming economy. As our hotel was near the Galata Bridge which spans the Golden Horn an inlet from the Bosphorous in the modern area of the city. We spent our evenings wandering along the piers enjoying the endless activity of men fishing from the ...