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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... his arm in a sweep forward and then right - I looked outside and saw a dual carriageway which loosely followed that shape and so headed along that. I headed along it for a very long time until I saw signs for a tunnel and Besiktas - scene of my earlier disaster and nowhere near where I was staying - and so decided that I no needed to go up and over a hill again. Any hill. I picked a completely deserted area save for the odd stray cat and dog - none of which ...
... the treasury, the harem and pompous pavilions of Topkapi gives an insight in the once daily life of the sultan and his family.
Before returning to the apartment in Beyoglu, I decide to enjoy a meal in the backstreets of Sultanahmet. The sun has set and it gives me the opportunity to enjoy these great monuments in an amazing light.
For what I had decided to see today, I didn't make the half of it. A fascination has begun. Tomorrow is a new day.
... in English, the language spoken sounded very unfamiliar. We managed to find our transfer and after a bit of chaos in the parking lot headed off to our hotel. The trip took ages! We started out ok, driving past beautiful flowerbeds along the road and occasional remains of old walls until we hit the weekend traffic. Heaps of families were picnicking along the roadside in ...
The Grand Bazaar is the most fascinating tourist trap you'll find. Thousands of vendors are unleashed on the public, calling for your attention, proclaiming their best deals (they really don't have the best deals) and trendy tourist trinkets. The Bazaar, like many of the sellers I encountered in Turkey, is a bit of a free for all. Sellers promise authentic handbags, rugs, sunglasses, and anything you could imagine at rock ...
... br> We walked past Galata Tower, the location of the first successful flight according to Barlas. He said that it wasn't first accomplished by the Wright brothers, rather by a man who jumped from the top of this tower and glided for around 60 kilometres. So I have to say that I question whether this real counts as flight.
The Basilica Cistern used to store the city's water supplies and consisted of several stone columns and a large amount of water covering the whole ...