- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
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... lived here in the late 1800's. He had his house of the top of this hill that overlooked the golden Horn. He fell in love with a married Turkish woman who did not return the feeling. He wrote beautiful letters to her and about her and fell in love with this spot. There is now a cafe there and the overlook of the Golden Horn is really beautiful.
We then came back to the ship. We look forward to seeing Ron tonight.
I absolutely love birthdays. Not just my own either by the way. Anyones and everyones (Well..not just anyones but you get what I mean). Birthdays are just such an exciting time. There is so much love (fb inclusive), happiness and laughter in the air. Until recently though, never had I had a birthday abroad. I was unsure how I would find this at first and sad to think that I wouldn't be out until 3am dancing on tables with my best mates/family (when have ...
... t hear the guide here either, because the room was so echoey and she was so far away! So we just hung out with the boys and the Croatian girls before the tour finished and we headed through the gift shop (of course) to exit the building. Darren and Keith had a bit of a bootie fight and came out with their booties in shreds. Pretty funny. We walked around the outside of the palace and circled around to where the next tour was going from, the Harem. We had about ...
... my future granddaughter! Talk about planning ahead, eh?! I just couldn’t resist. J
We dropped our stuff off at the hotel and headed out to lunch, coincidentally bumping into Jim on the street so he joined us as well. We had a simple lunch of mixed grill Doner kebabs (lamb, chicken, tomatoes, lettuce wrapped in a tortilla). Afterwards I walked to Sultanamet Square on my own to take some last opportunity photos and to soak up ...
... but there was no visible ticket office or staff member to be seen so we’d have been still stuck half an hour later maybe? We had to take a funicular railway down the hill then take the tram across the river, the city has a very good tram and bus service which we were told the current Prime Minister did in his first term. Now he spends money on building mosques and creating a much more Muslim fundamentalist state with a lot more separation and that ...