Sultan's Eye Comfort Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Latin as the language of the Church. The other four used Greek. For centuries there were ecclesiastical differences and theological disputes between the Latin West and the Greek East.
In 1053 the Patriarch in Rome was Leo IX, who at the same time was a German aristocrat and a powerful secular ruler of central Italy. Leo felt he should be more than first among equals. Patriarch Michael Cerularius of Constantinople attacked Western Latin Church practices and closed ...
... ever come out dancing on tables I am unsure..roll with it though). But hey...I am abroad, with mates I have made travelling (..and still eating copious amounts of cake) and having completely new experiences.
Edging the first half of 'Australian' birthday (one of the best thing about having your birthday abroad is the timezone differences) was our adventure to Pammukale. A recently named UNESCO site, translating as a 'Cotton Castle' which ...
... the 17 km from the airport to our hotel in the old town near the blue mosque.
So our whole day was spent in transit, or waiting for transit. Unfortunately this meant we could go on out "eat with a local" tour which I was looking forward to. This would have had us visiting a local's house, eating with them at their home then being taken out for a walking ...
... the glittering mosaics. Breathtaking.
Zane was getting really cranky now so we carried him out and went to sit and rest at the little park outside. Zach wanted corn and watermelon from the vendors doing their rounds outside. Zane had his bottle of milk. Soon both boys had recovered and were replenished enough to venture forth. We stopped for a quick lunch before heading towards the Topkapi Palace. The boys seemed to have suddenly regained their second wind so we decided ...
... over time. We found the cistern a fascinating place to visit, and would put it on a "must do" list.
Survived a tram ride in peak hour- no mean feat, but the trams come every few minutes so it is a great system. We have a public transport card and the cost for a trip is the same for any distance! With a card the ride costs about 2 Turkish lira, just under a dollar. ...