Istanbul Royal Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... lot of English. In a way it was kind of humorous, my dad kept asking the driver how long he had driven the taxis for, and the driver kept answering with how long we had been in the car for, or that taxis run 24hrs a day. Anyways, he dropped us off at the hotel, it was super fancy and nice. Then we rested there for a while. It was super cool there, around 5:00 we heard a ton of people saying prayers. We weren't even directly ...
... bargain hunter fares And if you're feeling hairy Like my overgrowing Ben Then head into a Barber shop Its pampering for men Authentically hot shaven Hair snipped and shaped and trimmed A head massage and cup of tea My Ben was proper primmed I let down my Rapunzel hair From up Galata Tower A full round view of Istanbul As well into our shower And thats the briefer overview To round our Turkish stay Now back to life in Edinburgh Where we're still on ...
... would mean that if I lived here for any length of time, I would have to budget a good amount of money because I seem to need to use them more than most.
Well, my ordinary, everyday life has started here in Izmir with my sweet little boy Max and my amazing daughter Angie. Izmir used to be Smyrna which is one of the seven churches mentioned in the book of Revelation. Izmir is on the Aegean Sea. It has about 2 and 1/2 million people so it ...
... from all over the empire. They were educated at the palace, and if they did not marry the sultan or have an heir, they were freed and allowed to marry. The vast majority, say 90%, never even saw the face of the sultan. Remember that it was the queen mother who selected women for the sultan. A very select few, four at most, actually married the sultan. By marrying these slave women the sultan avoided developing an aristocracy and mixed the blood of many ...
I don't know what I was thinking when I booked my flight to Istanbul from Dubai. Sometimes the cheapest flights are really not that worth it. My flight was to leave at 9pm and arrive in Istanbul around 1am, after gaining an hour. The airport I chose was not the main airport, and I found out as I was boarding that I would still be an hour away from the city centre. Plus I needed to purchase a visa on arrival as I entered. Had I known all of that it may have not made sense for me to ...