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Istanbul Ataturk International Airport (IST):
Location: The airport is situated 15 miles (23km) west of Istanbul.
Time: GMT +2 (GMT +3 from the last Sunday in March to the last Sunday in October).
Contacts: Tel: +90 212 465 5555.

Affordable Furniture:
Affordable furniture is something that every home needs. It gives style and comfort. Furniture helps to add character and elegance to your house.
One of the first things that guests notice when coming to your home is the style and quality of your furniture. When choosing affordable furniture for your home, remember to consider the decorating theme you are using throughout your entire house. You’ll find that your own personality will shine through as you choose the best furniture, tables, lamps and rugs for your home.
Beds, bunk beds, bedspreads and other bedroom affordable furniture make any home comfortable and relaxing. Whether it’s bunk beds for the little kids, bedspreads or trundle beds, it’s best to choose beds that fit in with the style and decor of the rest of your house. However, comfort in beds is still the most important ingredient when selecting a bed.
Poster beds, metal beds, children’s beds and adjustable leather recliner chairs can all be purchased over the internet today. There are literally thousands and thousands of varieties, colors and designs to choose from.
Select from only the best affordable furniture representatives who offer quality, elegance, quick delivery to your home and, of course, great prices!
Buying of the affordable furniture can be very expensive. So is your car and your house. So if you put a lot of work into your car or your house, like getting oil changes or putting in new floors, why would you not do the same with your furniture? Your furniture gets used a lot and you can help maintain its value by following these ideas.
Keep your affordable furniture clean. If it’s cloth furniture, you should vacuum it regularly. If it is leather furniture, you should wipe it down and use leather treatment regularly. And if it’s made of wood, you need to keep it polished. But what if it has already taken a beating? What can you do then?
If you have wooden affordable furniture you have a few options. Painting is one idea. In fact, two dressers from different manufacturers can be made to look like they are part of a set with a paint job and a new set of handles!
If you do not want to paint your affordable furniture you still have other options. If it has been badly abused, you can sand off the finish, sand out the nicks and scratches, and then varnish it. Or, if it is not badly scratched, you can use children’s crayons in a color that matches the wood (like light brown) and color in the scratch. Scratch filler is available at hardware stores but children’s crayons can work just as well.
Another way to revive your tired furniture, like couches and chairs, is to get them re-upholstered. After all, you have probably painted your living room a couple times, so having affordable furniture that matches again will make your room look that much better. Instead of buying brand new furniture, just get your furniture re-upholstered.

Multipurpose Bunk Beds:
Many modern bunk beds are providing more than just one function to its owners. Some are able to accommodate two or three places to sleep while giving room for a desk and chair. Other bunks offer sitting areas with the use of a futon.

Futon bunk beds are ideal beds for guest bedrooms or play rooms. These are great beds for those nights when your kids have a slumber party or when your relatives stop in for a visit.

Loft bunk beds have space below to accommodate desks and office chairs so your kids have room to do homework on the computer or watch TV. Others make bed time more fun by providing a tent and slide. Loft beds are great for college student dorm rooms or apartments.
There are very few furniture items that impress kids but themed bunk beds will excite any child and allow their imaginations to run wild. Bunk beds that have these unique themes are great for playrooms. The Open Seas Bunk Bed is one example of combining function with imagination. What kid wouldn't want a pirate ship in their bedroom?!
These unique beds from Grand Home Design will ensure that your children will never want to leave their bedrooms.

There are various factors that you must consider when purchasing a childrens bunk bed. This may sound daunting but the good news is that half your job is already done! While bunk beds come in a large variety of sizes, shapes, and designs, they are all designed with children in mind. Manufacturers realize that most people purchasing bunk beds are buying for their children so they heavily focus on children friendly designs.

Facilities: Bureaux de change and ATMs are available in Arrivals and Departures. Cafes, a variety of take-aways and a pub offer snacks, meals and drinks. Other facilities include duty-free shopping, a business lounge, public telephones, baby care facilities, medical facilities, travel agencies and a post office. There are also good facilities available for those with special needs.

Izmir Adnan Menderes International Airport (ADB):
Location: The airport is located 11 miles (18km) from Izmir.
Time: GMT +2 (GMT +3 from the last Sunday in March to the last Sunday in October).
Contacts: Tel: +90 (0)232 274 2626.

Facilities: Foreign exchange can be found in both Arrivals and Departures. Shops are available, including duty free, and cafes, restaurants and bars exist throughout the terminal building. Other facilities include public telephones, a post office, ATM, hairdresser, tourist information and hotel reservations. Facilities for those with special needs are good.

ATM Dalaman Airport (DLM):
Location: The airport is situated about four miles (6km) from Dalaman.
Time: GMT +2 (GMT +3 from the last Sunday in March to the last Sunday in October).
Contacts: Tel: +90 (0)252 792 5555.

Banks and exchange bureaux are available. There are a variety of duty-free shops in arrivals and departures, as well as food court, which offers a variety of takeaways, restaurants and bars. Other facilities include places of worship, baby care rooms, a post office, Internet access and public telephones.

Esenboga International Airport (ESB):
Location: The airport is located northeast of Ankara, 17 miles (28km) from the city centre.
Time: GMT +2 (GMT +3 from March to October).
Contacts: Tel: +90 (0)312 590 4000.

Facilities: There are banks with exchange facilities in both arrivals and departures, three duty free shops, pubs, restaurants, cafes and snack kiosks. In addition there is a hairdresser, shoe-shine kiosk, a florist and bookstores. Public telephones are freely available. The airport is accessible for the disabled.

Top Ten Survival Phrases in Turkish Language

1 - Merhaba (Mer-ha-ba) - Hello

2 - Evet (Eh-vet) - Yes , Hayir (H-eye-uhr) - No

3 - Lütfen (Lewt-fen) - Please

4 - Tamam (Ta-mam) - OK

5 - Bira lütfen, (Bee-ra Lewt-fen) Beer please

6 - Su (Soo) - Water

7 - Çok ucuz (Chok oo-juz) - Very cheap

8 - Çok pahali (Chok pa-ha-luh) - Very expensive

9 - Tesekkür ederim (Teh-shek-kewr-eh-deh-reem) - Thank you !

10 - Anlamiyorum (An-la-muh-yo-room) - I don't understand

11 - Bu kaç Lira ? (Boo-kach-lee-ra) - How much is it ?


Istanbul is the only city in the world that spans over two continents. Europe and Asia. The city embodies mystery, intrigue, and glamour which left most other cities long ago. While the museums, palaces, great mosques, and bazaars seem inexhaustible, there’s also an unexpected natural beauty. From the shores of the Bosphorus at sunset, the red evening light reflects in the windows on the opposite shore and you understand what attracts people to this glorious city.

Shopping in Istanbul is most likely the least expensive in entire Europe, food is varied and exquisite combining unique tastes of European, Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisines -thanks to the Ottoman Empire once spanned from eastern Europe to Northern Africa and desserts of Arabia-, and the seven million who live here mingle with a wide variety of humanity walking its streets.

Places To Visit

Ayasofya Museum, Archeological Museum, Topkapi Palace Museum, Museum of Turkish Ceramics, St. Irene Museum, Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts, Museum of Turkish Carpets, Mosaic Museum, Military Museum, Cartoon Museum, Sadberk Hanim Museum

Information about Hagia Sophia, Blue Mosque -Sultan Ahmet Mosque-, Suleymaniye Mosque, Ortakoy Mosque, Fatih Mosque, Eyup Sultan Mosque, Zeyrek Mosque, Chora Mosque, Dolmabahce Mosque

Churches & Synagogues
Paganism flourished in Istanbul before Chistianty was established in the 14th century, when chuches began to appear. The fist churches in Istanbul ..

Palaces & Pavilions
Information about Topkapi Palace, Dolmabahçe Palace, Beylerbeyi Palace, Sale, Yildiz Palace, Aynali, Ihlamur Pavilion ,Maslak Pavilions, , Malta Pavilion

Historical Sites
Information about Galata Tower, The ancient Hippodrome, Obelisk of Theodosius, Serpentine Column, The Ahmet III Fountain, Valens Aqueduct, Istanbul city walls, Rumeli Fortress, Beyazit Tower, Leander’s Tower with high quality pictures

The Golden Horn
This horn-shaped estuary divides European Istanbul. One of the best natural harbors in the world, the Byzantine and Ottoman navies and commercial shipping interests were centered here.

The Environs of Istanbul
The Princes’ Islands, Sea of Marmara, Kinali, Sedef, Burgaz, and Heybeliada, Polonezköy, Üsküdar, Sile’s sandy beaches, Bayramoglu-Darica Bird’s Paradise and Botanic Park

Baths (Hamam)
Baths are very special buildings of Istanbul dating back to Roman and Byzantine periods. Apart from its natural aim, Baths have played an important role in social life of the Ottoman period. At weddings and

Bazaars in Istanbul
The Arasta Bazaar, also known as Sipahi Carsisi in Turkish, is located behind the Blue Mosque in the old city center, just next to the entrance of the Mosaics Museum. Despite The Grand Bazaar, Arasta Bazaar is a small and simple traditional market in Istanbul. There are about 40 shops lined on both sides of a street, selling traditional items.

Minia Turk
MiniaTurk is a miniature park in Istanbul. It was opened May 2, 2003. Miniaturk covers a total area of 60.000 m². It is the world's largest miniature park with its 15.000 m² model area. Miniaturk has 40.000 m² of open space, 3.500 m² of covered area, 2.000 m² of pools and waterways, and a parking lot with a capacity of 500 vehicles.

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