Star Hotel And Guesthouse
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... looks like by the Latin inscriptions.
Next stop the basilica cistern, having read of this in the Dan Vrown novel "inferno" this place really excited me and I wasn't disappointed. All I can say is WOW !
A quick lunch stop for a bite and then it was on to a carpet shop (no comment on whether anything was purchased). From here we were taken to the grand bazaar, shoppers heaven ance once again Gengis came in ...
... it to look at the points if interests listed in our guidebook but the tracks are fenced and gated. We have spent most if the day driving on rough tracks or unsurfaced roads, Les has been loving it! The track we're on eventually came to a road, we give up with trying to access the lake, it was getting late and we needed to find a place to camp, we headed in the direction of Uclerkayasi and Bayramaliler, close to there, there are rock formations called fairy ...
... The serpent heads were destroyed as late as the end of the 17th Century, as many Ottoman miniatures show they were intact in the early centuries following the Turkish conquest of the city.
... get paid, $600 a month and can only work for 3 hours at a time they have to take a break.especially when they are using silk. Then at the end they want you to buy so we left and waited outside.Last stop was at the spice maket, it was more interesting then the Grand Bazaar. All spices and stuff,very interesting. A little one ounce jar of Saffron costs $100, a bunch of ...
... before getting off. He told me that Ayasofia was the absolute must of any visit to Istanbul, more so than Sultanāmet. He also told me that I should have taken the tram from Taksim and not the metro. Had I done so, I would have arrived at Sultanāmet in 15 minutes and at considerably less cost than the ridiculous route I’d attempted.
On this cheery note, I got off and was thrust into a sea of people in a landscape so foreign, I didn’t quite know where to look. ...