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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... who brought us here, gave us his phone no., in case we had any problems! He also told us his daughter lived in London and worked for the BBC.
After lunch we went to explore the area and look for a Vodafone shop to try to sort out our Internet, that has run out again! We walked quite a long way but couldn't find what we needed. There is a large park just down the road from where were parked and the town centre had everything we would need, except ...
... city. It was opened to visitors in 1987 to show off the cultural heritage. Wicked to see, and worth a visit for sure :-). After leaving we headed towards the Grand Bazaar. This place is nuts, it's 2km long and 1.5km wide full of shops. Our guide from yesterday said there is like 3,000 shops in this Bazaar.... And it is bizarre haha. Lots of crazy drivers in the open part of the market and so many crazy things they sold. Bulk ...
... in 1935. Various Byzantine emperors and Ottoman sultans left their marks on the building, and the result is a dazzling hodgepodge of religions and eras, representing Istanbul's rich history. I loved it. It is rightfully as famous as it is, both for its artistry and its history. It was like walking through the ages as we moved among different sections of the building, looking at the various additions from 1400 years of rulers. The second thing that struck ...
... for myself. Stupid me, I shouldn’t have ran off. After I’d played games on my phone and blanked my mind for a bit, I thought: “Hey, wouldn’t it be great if I could find wifi and look up the number of the Hush Hostel.” Then I had a brain wave! I remembered I'd screen-shotted the accommodation details to my iPhone gallery before I arrived in Turkey. I called reception and they put me onto the boys who were sitting in the living room! We ...
... Whelan This beautiful piece is a selection from the theater production "Riverdance." Our soloist is Samantha Albertson. As this piece is a favorite of Randolph-Macon College’s Department of Arts Chair Joe Mattys, we sing it in his honor. Dry Bones - Spiritual, arr. Peter Gritton This is another popular African-American Spiritual. The piece is a brief tour of American music styles, including Be-bop, Big Band, Rock and Roll, Blues, and some others. The music also mimics ...