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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... old city we never would have negotiated the old cobbled streets or found our hotel amongst the winding roads and alleys. Everyone looked the same in the dark.
After checking in the three of us ventured out to find a luncheon establishment. After much hiking Carne decided by the smell of one place to stop. As it turns out the Otoman Kepab was frequented by ...
... they want to peck his tail! He would object to that! We have tea early today, then watch Les Miserable on DVD. After, we checked our emails, there are some from the British government warning about possible terrorist stacks on British citizens across all countries, we emailed our girls to see if there was any breaking news at home, and also Murat here in Turkey to see if there was any news here. No 'trick or treat' callers this ...
... structure surviving.The word hippodrome comes from the Greek hippos ('ιππος), horse, and dromos (δρομος), path or way. For this reason, it is sometimes also ...
... the night to see what was happening.
Everywhere I walked I could see vast numbers of riot police with their shields and visors, but in all cases they were lounging casually in bars and restaurants, some were even buying milk and bread from tiny supermarkets. One of them spotted my camera and flash, and must have thought I was press. He gave me the biggest smile and wave, perhaps to influence the non-existent article he thought I would be writing the next day. I wandered around ...
... left. This area of Istanbul is characterized by small narrow streets, aforementioned hills and lots of shops- trade is definitely still a big thing for this city. There are also men (I didn't see any women) who run between the shops delivering small cups of tea until the call to prayer sounds and everyone disappears off the streets. I then wandered into the Suleymaniye Mosque via the University of Istanbul. The mosque itself was absolutely huge ...