Q Hotel Istanbul
Travel Blogs from Istanbul
... man sat down to help me out. He not only used strategic moves that I was still confused by, but he happily stopped Uor from cheating anymore. With that man's help I won 4 times in a row, and attracted a group of at least 20 neighborhood guys. As the crowd grew larger, a few popped out that could speak English or German so I could communicate to them on the rules of the game. A cafe owner brought me some Turkish tea, and then proceeded to laugh as ...
This conference couldn't be better! Patrick and I are constantly hearing from the other advisors how wonderful the Chadwick students are, and we couldn't be more proud to be affiliated with these delegates! Jessie is hopeful that her resolution will pass in Environment Cmt, Emily and Sierra saved the world from a North Korean nuclear attack yesterday, and Montana is tearing it up on ECOSOC. The others are doing great, ...
... capital on the İranian border. After seeing Astana and Moynaq, I thought Aşgabat couldn’t surprise met, and I could not have been more wrong. I had seen pictures of the white-marble buildings in Aşgabt and I assumed it was a small part of the city. Post Soviet capitals seem to always have one really nice new area to show off and I just thought that Aşgabat’s was a little weirder than the rest. Wrong. ...
... of the Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia and Topkapi Palace. As we leave the Asian side, we could see the huge Selimiye Military Barracks where Florence Nightingale once served during the Crimean War in 1950s. The atmosphere on the ferry is very lively, with the occasional busker breaking out a tune for passengers, especially on Friday and Saturday nights. we found ourself a spot on one of the wooden benches which lin
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... like $20 total for about 2 hours...big ass boat (by chance)...swimming in the water was the best part and was amazing...I guess I'm saying, there are lots of other things i would prioritize higher than the underwater city.
-give yourself a day to just drive around and stop at random beaches along the coast...there are tons between antalya (big city on the water) and the rest of the coast...there are little viewpoints to pull over to and steps to walk down to the ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking