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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Multilingual staff
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... of. I think we could have abandoned her in there and she wouldn't have emerged for a month.
We'd done a quick foray into the Spice Bazaar as we left the harbour, but that was like Little League, to a professional shopper the calibre of Trish ;) We only came up once for air in the 2-3 hours we were there, to drink a deliciously ice cold lemon cordial.
It was our final night together before the last of our cruise-buddies take to the ...
... and cafés. For lunch we stopped in at Kilo ile Köfte et Mangal which is like a truck stop, a bit like the ones at Yass. I need to share some of the information regarding the toilets of Turkey... As usual when you go to truck stops and you are travelling for quite s long period of time, you usually need to go to the toilet... Well, I walked into the ladies and it was absolutely crowded, you did not wait in line it was a free for all, pushing in by all locals ...
... visitor area was cordoned off from where the muslims gathered to prostrate themselves before Allah and say prayers, and even though the prayer time had finished one or two were still to be seen over on the far side.
Then you remembered to look up, and omg it was a stunningly beautiful sight. Every where you looked were tiled patterns of all colours ( though mainly blue) It was a wonderful experience that went on and on, but after a while you had to stop looking up because your ...
... with dark green woods and wide rivers. The majority of the housing was ugly apartment blocks and there was obvious poverty here. The most interesting buildings were the mosques, which looked like a cross between Arabian mosques and fairytale castles. Think, 'Disney does Islam'.
I crossed over the Bosphorus on a giant suspension bridge and passed a sign saying 'Welcome to Europe'. Istanbul spans two continents, so i had ...
... invigorating experience lasted about an hour and a half, and all four of us absolutely loved it.
Excerpt from Sam Jackson's Journal:
When we were visiting Istanbul I knew it was going to be amazing because it was my birthday. First we got to our rental apartment. My room was called the sultans nook (my dad called it good marketing but I thought that it was amazing) which had drapes and dramatic lighting. Sadly we had to postpone ...