Hotel Buyuk Keban
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... can be turned into two singles, and later ( after the drill) the customer service officer makes the change request once he stops giggling. We keep meeting people with Military history tour lanyards ( and how do we get one of them we wonder) wandering the ship, trying to find their way to lectures ( that we haven't heard about), in places we can't find. Left becomes right, Geoff ( who keeps going left instead of right), but apparently the schedule for the next ...
... visited the Basilica Cistern, a huge underground reservoir, and Topkapi Palace. Across the Bosphorous, we went to Taksim Square and Galata Tower, and took a ferry to the Asian side of Istanbul. The Grand Bazaar was incredible as well, with scarves, lamps, and anything you can think of sold in this massive labyrinth. It was hard to say goodbye, both to the city and to Alicia and Rich who were headed off to Jordan. But on the 21st I packed up and flew to ...
... and internationally, to make the change, any mail that was not correctly addressed was returned to the sender.
Agatha Christie allegedly wrote "Murder on the Orient Express" while staying in Istanbul in the luxury Pera a palace Hotel.
We walked back to our shuttle bus pickup point and headed back to the hotel after a cup of Apple Tea.
We were exposed to yet another amazing Princess Production called "Fiera". Breath taking!
... but has it's own beauty. After we spent time looking at the mosques from the outside in the park, we moved on. Then we checked out the outside of the Topkapi Palace and the huge park behind it. Later this brought us to the Bosphorus and we looked over at Asia. This is when it started to rain a bit so we started to take cover under trees along the road as we made our way to the marina. The marina was buzzing with people, fish sales and now people ...
... at the Northeast corridor or West Coast of the United States.
What I witnessed, and bear in mind the only cities I saw were in the more secular western portion of the country, was religious devotion similar to that in the United States. For instance, if you enter a restaurant on Sunday in the United States (numbers will vary in each region), you'll see a pretty ...