Five Boutique Hotel
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It's 12.38pm now. Today is Ella's birthday. I sent her a birthday wish by email. We got up, showered and left the apartment for the last time at 8.30am. Made our way to the end of our street to the metro station where we caught the metro to the bus interchange, then caught the bus that brought us to the airport. I am writing this post from the plane. It's a 1 hour 45 minute flight from Budapest to Istanbul, but we lose an hour with the time differences. We are flying Pegasus Airways - ...
Well, we think we finally understand the camping situation in Istanbul, for motor homes at least.
Yesterday we camped out of town on the western side near Selimpasa, about 50km out. Lovely campground, but situated way out in some farming country. Getting to Istanbul is the challenge - taxi to Selimpasa, local bus ⅔ way to town, then Metrobus, or Metro, then Metro connections to where you want to go. Fine if you have 2 hrs to spend at both ends of the ...
Score! I got new sheets on my bunk! They must have thought I was leaving with Cameron and Graham. That was the upside of the sad parting; I farewelled them both and wished them a safe and quick flight home. Then, I spoke to my mad parents on Skype. They are such hoots!
I messaged Beth on Facebook and we met up to walk to the public baths (hammam) together. We stepped into the woman's area and realised it was a very local establishment. Older ...
... interior of Hagia Sophia and then retired to the courtyard where they had spotted a Turkish coffee vendor. It was a challenge to get the last drop of the delicious Turkish coffee without ending up with a mouth full of very fine coffee grounds, but we managed just as Lana and Jane emerged from browsing the museum store. Bob further amused himself by perusing the numerous food vendors on the grounds, whose images you can see in the ...
... Bonnie's arm in mine to continue on our way, they suddenly left us alone? Huh! We'd found our escape action! We then wandered upon a more ritzy business neighbourhood. Spotting the Starbucks, we sat on the patio and watched the people for awhile. All walks of life from all corners of the world. A bustling little melting pot of culture. Thinking we needed to check on Shelley, we made our way back to the hotel. She was dead to the world. Off we went ...