Galata Residence Apart Hotel
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... ahead of us too. So it wasn't personal. The weekday tariff is 15TL (€5) each. The beach has fine, dark brown sand. The water was clean but oh dear…what a horrid experience for our €10. The sunbeds were very old. Many were broken. The umbrellas in similar shape and we visitors paid extra to use them. We were lucky and a man who was packing up called us over to make use of his. The place was ...
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At this point we sat down for some Turkish coffee, which came with a mini glass of water held within a beautiful silver holder and a small platter with two pieces of Turkish Delight.
... could not come. He lapsed into a diabetic coma. However, we've been told he will be ok, but there is no way he'll be ready to leave Istanbul when he is booked to.
So we've had an amazing time in Turkey, seen some incredible sights, met some great people, eaten some delicious food. However, the point of the journey was for Anzac day, and that was the part I loved the most. It was a very special ...
... I am writing this paragraph, the plane is approaching JFK and we'll be landing in about 20 minutes. The plane was relatively empty and I had a row of two seats all to myself. I watched a couple of upbeat movies and slept most of the way so that finally, for the first time today, I feel pretty awake. I think another thing I've learnt during this trip is that for this stage of my life, the US feels much more like home than China or anywhere else in the world. I know ...
... learned more about it. As we walked through the rooms it was clear that this was not a Winter or Summer palace where the royal family would have lived because the building was actually quite small and really only contained a network of six or so sitting areas rather than the different rooms that a residence would require. At this point we learned that this palace was in fact simply the Sultan’s hunting lodge which he would use once or twice a year when he would hunt ...