The House Hotel Bosphorus
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... in circles for a bit we eventually found the museum. Half of it was closed due to massive renovations, but I'm sure we still paid full price. The buildings were beautiful and full of interesting artefacts from all across Turkey. This part of the world has so much more recorded history than back home. We ended the day relaxing in a park opposite the Blue Mosque enjoying the atmosphere and a yummy ice cream. We went back to the hotel for dinner where we had a nice ...
We got up bright and early today for breakfast, which is unusual for us! When we got up to the breakfast room, the plates were set up, with a hard boiled egg, some cucumber, tomato, olives, cheese and bread. Darren was disappointed, and didn't want it, (it did look a bit average) so we decided we'd go out and find something else instead. I had a shower and quickly looked up some directions before we headed out. We walked around the streets for a while looking at ...
... cheat on their wives. I took it apart and haven't quite figured out how to put it back together again... I'll keep you posted on that. We took public transportation without the guidance of our fearless leader Koray which was very exciting. We went to the Galata tower which was built by the Byzantines but was also a watch tower for the crusaders. This might have been my favorite part of the trip so far because right as we reached the top of the tower the sun was setting and the ...
... little fragile the following morning! Not much else to report for the time being although there will definitely be more to come. Hard to believe its four weeks this coming Thursday that I joined the ship. It feels a lot longer but in a good way. I am not worki today although we have a full sea day of work tomorrow as we cruise to Kusadasi and then on to the Greek Islands. Ciao Aj ...
... from Turkey to Greece; but there were more Turks relocated than Greeks so entire villages were abandoned. Then in the case of Kayaköy, in 1957 there was an earthquake and, well the photos tell the rest of the story. The gorge climb to Butterfly Valley was interesting. I am happy to report that we (read I) made it down the gorge. There was never any doubt that Gallagher would make it while Pam and Janice sensibly opted to go jewellery shopping. It was not ...