Hotel Darussaade Istanbul
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... but good glimpse of Turkey and it made us want to go back one day and explore more. Reading through the books and brochure there seems to be a lot of great places to visit.
Our next stop is France for 3 weeks, there might be less notes during this period but stay tuned! and take care
PS: Congratulations Anne & Jerome! Best wishes to you and your baby! We can't wait to be able to put a name to your adorable girl!
... never really intended it to be seen, so it amazed me that it's so beautiful. Tons of pillars and lots of coves in the ceiling. They ran out of material toward the end and used whatever materials they had (the famous recyclers!) so there are some shorter pillars on one side that have big blocks under them to make up for height...and on 2 of the blocks are Medusa's head! Leftovers from a pagan temple again. One of them is sideways and one is upside down because who cares?! They were ...
My last day here so I went up for breakfast early to check the weather (my room doesn't have a window) The sun is shining and the clouds are starting to break up.
There are 2700 mosques in Istanbul and I only have about 2660 to go so I thought I would check out a couple when I was out. I was headed to the Egyptian spice market to get some supplies for tomorrow and have lunch. I walked about a km to Bayazit Sq and the sky was black as so I turned around and came home for my ...
... paid off well as we now have some very interesting relics and are able to visit buildings of mind boggling age. Now a cruise boat had docked in the town that day, which I thought would lead to it being overwhelmed by tourists, but this was not the case and as such the restaurants were still very keen to attract customers in what was likely one of their last days of trade until the summer suns return. I gladly allowed myself to be lured in and spent a lovely time in ...
... the big boulders at the edge of the sea, each one had several cats sat around them, hoping for a bite to eat. As we passed two large sleeping dogs that we hadn't noticed, they jumped up and were quite aggressive towards Logan, luckily they didn't chase him or us, we'll have to be careful on the way back!
Back in one piece, we cook some local fish that we bought yesterday on the coast and settle in for the evening. Lots of photos to ...