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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... framing the shoreline.
We got off the ship on time at about 9:30am and our transfer to the hotel was there waiting for us. In fact, one of the desk staff came out with the driver because he had met us the day before and he knew us by sight. So he did so to make our life that bit easier - much appreciated.
On arrival at the hotel, we had an even better experience with an upgrade from the paid for Standard rooms by Gokhan to Deluxe based on ...
... Ladies beach is everything you would expect of the Mediterranean, not sand, massive crowds and wind chop waves only , that said, all a bit of fun and worth experiencing. We have dropped in for gelato turkey style, and will jump back on board the Norwegian spirit shortly. We saw the Norway mascot this morning, and keeping my eye out for it ...
... above the dome and tower-looking columns). Storm clouds started to head our way to we began to head back to Istiklal (close to the hostel).
There was a small Church on Istiklal that opened for tourists to see. This was a change in scenery from the clusters of mosques throughout the city. There were a buynch of billboards and historical photos propped up in front of the Church, which probably means it is a singificant historical site. ...
... We met her host, Birkan, and another Turkish guy who was hanging with them, then had a chat and a beer together for a bit. When the music got a bit too danceish for us, we headed out with Lena and Birkan to find some food. After walking for a bit we found a place with some seats on the terrace and we shared a bottle of wine and Darren and I got a meal. (The other guys had already eaten) After a good meal and chat there, we were asked to hurry up and leave (politely) as the place ...
... arrivals). More thoughts of the Twilight Zone - half a world away, cut off without cell or internet... our lives really do revolve around communications. In the meantime, everyone on my flight has departed and I'm feeling smaller and smaller as civilization recedes into the darkness.
Fortunately, Ata and Semira from ASAKUA are just running a little late and I feel greatly relieved upon their arrival.