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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the mall theater - a rare treat in this part of the world. It was "The Maze Runner," and we all enjoyed it.
Caroline had booked a private guide and vehicle for us on the following day. We met our tour guide, Omer, at Taksim square and boarded the minibus. Our tour would take us to the Topkapi Palace, the Blue Mosque, and the Hagia Sofia - three must-see landmarks in Istanbul. Along the way, Omer was also a wealth of information on Turkish history, Islam, ...
... the grounds which we had almost to ourselves. Oh joy! Oh rapture! So far from the madd(en)ing crowd. Obviously those flag-waving tour guides don't take their charges this far away from their buses. Reality struck again though when we queued up to visit the harem, the private quarters of the sultan and his family, including his many wives and children. They certainly did themselves proud with the scale and lavishness of their private quarters. It was well worth ...
Off to a good start on my trip, I feel like I've seen most of Istanbul and technically haven't even started my tour. Arrived Thursday afternoon and got to my hotel to find that (a) it's really cool and (b) I don't have to share this trip (I didn't pay single supplement)...which is good since my room is designed for two people who know (or want to get to know) each other really well! Tub (no ...
... cove on the way back!!! Once at Anzac cove we set up in the stands and pulled an all nighter - watching the many documentaries of WW1 and the history of the ANZAC's. The movie Gallipoli with Mel Gibson is not as accurate as we were led to believe in grade 2! The dawn service was very moving and a once in a lifetime experience - I recommend to everyone - particularly the Australian service at lone pine. We got home late that night and crashed with everyone delirious after ...
... of the late Roman period. It served as a symbol that paganism is no longer relevant hence the odd direction the heads are. One is upside down and the other is sideways. Then we went to the Church of St George which is a Greek Orthodox Church where the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople worships. We had the pleasure of sitting in their night or vesper service. I have never seen or heard anything like this in my life. The church was beautiful, it ...