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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... girls into their arms, kissing and hugging them. It was so heartwarming to witness this. Our first night in Konya Steve and I were able to go out to dinner in celebration of our 44th wedding anniversary.
The next day we spent at the Mevlana museum which is a museum honoring Rumi. It was very interesting. Throughout the time we were there we heard beautiful Sufi music playing. The Mosque on the grounds was beautiful and houses the ...
... notorious hard line football team were playing on their home turf. But we found it all to be just good natured high spirits in the lead up to the match and by the time it was over we were safely ensconced back in our less than tranquil hotel room.
Our on line app, Noom, told us that in this last week alone we’d walked over 35 miles…... impressive huh but exhausting. Canefucious says: Walking is good for the soul but not for ...
... to keep watching it so I can hate it more. Strange but true. ... It's 1.45am in Istanbul which is nice, but it's 6.45am in KL which is where I am now. We touched down at 6.20am and our flight to Melbourne at 10.30am still isn't on the board so we don't know which gate to go to. We have found a lounge to sit at and bide our time. I didn't sleep on that flight and I'm not too fussed if I don't sleep until I get home as we arrive at 9.25pm Melbourne time. By the time we get ...
... a suitcase to unpack, there is little to keep me aboard Constellation so off I go on this 65 degree overcast day. Up an irresistable gayly colored staircase I am only slightly winded as I wonder old neighborhoods. The quiet hum of the city is soon overcome by a loudly amplified call to prayer, sung by a female-sounding voice. It is atonal to my western ears. Winding through the streets one quickly notices that watching the footpath is recommended as ...
... become our sons as well .
We were in Gallipoli for around 21/2 hours - a moving and memorable experience we will hold in our hearts for as long as we live.
We were to end the afternoon with a cruise on the Bosphorus Waterway - however the traffic was so bad we headed for the hotel - and will have it included tomorrow. Tonight we are heading for dinner and belly dancing show - will have to wear my harem pants!!!!!
Wednesday 25th September
our final day - what a ...