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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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Again another night flight and I arrive too late in the evening to see much of anything. I am unsure what to expect of Turkey. I know it is a fairly moderate Islamic state but feel I know little of it's economic development. Will I be stepping of the plane to a super modern city or a stuck in it's ways old country? I take the shuttle to the city center and I am dropped off close to the infamous Taksim square. Too late for exploring I head for ...
... other spring flowers in all different vibrant colours. And better still, amongst the Guccis and Chanels ( or genuine 'channels' as some handbags were described to us) there are jeans shops that sell fashionable skinny leg men's jeans that don't pull in the ******. I'm surprised that JY didn't mention it as he was so thrilled he bought two pairs - which then accounted for three more hours of walking around while we waited for them to be shortened. JY also failed to mention his excitement ...
... often friendly because they had something to sell us. A smile given will not necessarily be returned. I know what bus to take down by the water and where to get off at home. Well, at least I was shown. We'll see how much I remember. Actually, Max took Steve to Angie's school so he will be a big help to me. He is really good at directions. He is very observant. The weather started out very nice but then the rain came in. We ...
... experience during our 2-night stay. We checked into our hotel and took a cab to the Spice Market and Grand Bazaar area returning to the hotel by 6:00 pm for a dinner of Turkish cuisine in the Hamdi Terrance Restaurant with amazing views of the Bosphorus River.
Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014
Today we hired a private tour guide and a driver to take us to a few of the must-see historical sites as well as to experience the amazing ...
... there is over 4000 shops in the covered area, has 61 covered streets, had between 250,000 and 400,000 visitors, and 4 entrances. It is quite the place and as soon as you walk in the temperature rises. It is on huge maze. I went in one section and came out a total different one. I was lost, had no idea where I was, but I knew that it I kept walking in one direction it would take me to the water and I could find my way from there. The streets I was on must ...