Piccolo Mondo Hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
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... cost me about 19 Turkish Lira which is about$7, but id say the view of the vie of the city was worth it. After I went to see the Valens aqueducts, the Romans passed through Istanbul, they began construction of a water system that would supply the city’s growing needs for fresh water. The water that traveled down these aqueducts was stored in open reservoirs and underground cisterns across the city. ...
... mistakes, being in the company of a different way of knowing and loving God, rolling with the lost in translation experiences and learning to live with loneliness. Thank you for joining me and taking time out of your busy lives to read and respond to my blog. My heart is full of gratitude to you, to God and to the people of Turkey who shared themsleves, their lives and their country with me, Angie and Max. It was a truly incredible experience.
We are going into Istanbul today, we have found a new place to stay, on the bus yesterday we saw a couple of campers on a new large car park attached to a new park, so we will try staying there for a night.
The Dutch folks are having a day 'on site' busy with washing and shopping trips. After our morning coffee and a van that was blocking our way had moved, we drove the short way back to the city.
The car park is set out into numbered rows, *************e is parked ...
After another great big breakfast...we were off to Troy! We had a nice small group with us - we were the youngest, but we had met some great oldies who were retired holidaying together :-). (They weren't really that old haha... In the mid/late 60's) Troy was actually pretty cool to see. They have uncovered 20% of the site - they have run out of financial support to continue excavating...so it's on hold. Unfortunately in the 70's ...
... spots on the grass in the third row! I assumed that we would simply sleep the night away and wait until the sun got up, but instead there pretty much a Grand Final Marathon-style programme of events, starting from 8pm with some bands and cultural Maori and Indigenous performances. The night moved between choirs, historians sharing insights, documentaries on the big screen and more performances by army bands. It was astonishingly ...