Yusufpasa Konagi Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Luxuriating in the spa bath in the hotel for the last time. Heading back to Oz tomorrow. It's been wonderful, but there's no place like home.
... of 2 or 3 cruise ships overnight. There are Mosques everywhere, but the Blue Mosque (so called because the inside is decorated with blue tiles) is the largest. The line up is about 500 metres long, so our guide promises to show us a smaller mosque later in the day which he reckons is more beautiful. It's then on to the Hagia Sofia, another mosque like structure, originally built 1400 years ago as a cathedral but later converted to a Mosque, and eventually becoming a Myseum. ...
... a café to kill and hour while Ava and disappeared into the labyrinth.
Ava had developed quite a knack for haggling and enjoyed the challenge sometimes bantering just for the fun of it. Many times merchants looked to me and said “oow she is good”. The guidebooks said to be prepared to be harassed, go with a good spirit and have fun. We found the banter to be significantly less aggressive than in the Orient.
... good spot to look around. I'm still upset at myself for not buying some turkish towels and linens. (so if anyone goes there let me know!) There are beautiful areas with gardens to walk through, sit and have an ice cream on a bench or watch the fishermen along the bridge.
We were told that Turkey is a cheaper place to buy a second home, taxes are low so it also is a great place to visit and rent a place for a while!
... twist on an American-style amusement park (someone had clearly done their homework). The park was brand new and seemed completely empty - there were no lines for any of the rides. One of the indoor rides recounted some part of Turkish history with animatronics. Even though we couldn't understand a word the automated narrator was saying in his deep echoing voice, it became clear pretty quickly that the white European crusaders were the bad guys in this story. ...