Saudi Prince Spent 2.5 mln Liras During Holiday in Bodrum
2017-08-21 - hurriyat - Saudi Prince al-Walid bin Talal bin Abd al-Aziz has spent at least 2.5 million Turkish Liras ($710.568) during his one-week-long holiday in the Aegean resort of Bodrum. The prince, 62, and his family arrived in Bodrum early on Aug. 14 for vacation along with around 300 items of luggage and 30 bicycles. Their private jumbo jet landed at the Milas-Bodrum Airport under tight security measures as the family got in six VIP cars and one bus waiting on the runway and were escorted to the city center by two police vehicles and security guards. Their belongings were transferred to the hotel where they stayed in the Cennet Bay by trucks 

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