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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to the rooftop terrace where a traditional Turkish breakfast, with a great variety of sweet and savoury items, was laid out for us - and our fellow guests in the other seven rooms. We then decided to head out and explore the immediate area on foot. Despite the previous night's impression, the place really wasn't remote after all. Immediately across the road from us, only about 20m away, was part of the wall of the famous Topkapi Palace, which ...
... the Eastern Orthodox church until the Ottomans took control
of the country in the mid-1400s and converted the place to a mosque.
A really beautiful building.
However, the place that I admired the
most is the Blue Mosque. On this day I was in the courtyard in the
afternoon and could enter the place as a visitor. A sign at the
visitor's entrance spelled out the rules which included: women had to
wear scarves, both men and women had to cover bare ...
... early. Unfortunately, we didn't make it back in time before it started pouring. Too bad we both forgot our umbrellas, so we were both thoroughly soaked by the time we came back. After drying up we ate at the cafe in the hostel. We both had a chicken sandwich with chips and some juice.
I think I'll stay in since it's raining pretty hard outside and hope that it lets up tomorrow.
-- Ryan L.
... as a huge stumbling block, one that was constricting freedoms and increasingly exercising it’s religious will on the people of Turkey. In the days that followed my exit out of Istanbul, the government seemed to vindicate Orkun’s view when it blocked Twitter with no notice, as an apparent strategy to hinder the spread of what it called ‘lies and slander’ about it’s Prime Minister. This was no way for an EU candidate to act if it wished to garner ...