Hotel Buyuk Keban
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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... is a former Byzantine church and former Ottoman mosque in Istanbul. Now a museum, Hagia Sophia is universally acknowledged as one of the great buildings of the world. Originally built in the 4th century, it has been reconstructed 3 times. It is a really beautiful building. By the time we finish touring the Ayasofya and sultans tombs, we head to the Blue Mosque, and encounter more good looking young men selling carpets. We are wise to them now! ...
... so I had to recreate the shot and send it to Ingrid. But the courtyard cafe was a real find, shady spots with tables NZ's chairs surrounded by statues, roman columns and other antiquities just sitting around the place. Plus kittens everywhere, and friendly ones who wanted to cuddle girls! The kids names them and desperately wanted to take them home. Maddie cried when we had to leave Bailey, the little creamy. (Plus there was one called ...
... again, then another passport check. In Frankfurt when we landed we were on the tarmac and had to have our passports checked when we got off the plane. They buses us to the terminal, which seemed like a long ride, and then because I already had my boarding pass I had to do another passport check. I have never gone through so many checks. I did notice that when I landed in Turkey there was no ...
... was also very spirited and rowdy, due to the game. At least half the people on the ferry and in the streets were sporting Fenerbahce colors, including me--I impulsively decided I am a big Fenerbahce supporter and bought a cheap knock-off scarf to wear to the game and around Turkey. As it got closer to game time, we joined the flood of fans streaming toward the stadium (we didn't know exactly where it was, but that hardly mattered once we were a part of the ...
Today it is official. After a long plane ride across the Atlantic into Europe and then another two and a half hour flight we have made it to Istanbul, Turkey. While many of us were pretty jet lagged when getting off the plane we were all excited to absorb the culture of this city and country.
After our group had landed and gathered our things we met with our tour guide who will be with us during our time in Turkey named Oscar. Oscar led us ...