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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... clothes/souvenirs. Visited the entrance area to another mosque then wandered by the sea and through town to find excellent kebab (on skewer with wrap and spicy sauce - yum!). Hung in another cafe closer to hotel for part 2 dinner! Early start with pick up at 6:30 for Gallipoli trip - lots of sleeping during the 4-5 hour trip then lunch by the sea and if the see Anzac cove - so much to see - the cove is smaller than I thought but numerous locations visited that were ...
... the airport to start our brother-sister weekend. Exhausted after our all-nighter of philosophical thought, we had absolutely no problem falling asleep on the plane ride over. However, I was lucky enough to wake up for meal time on the plane! (Btw, there was a chef on board who was making freshly prepared meals on the plane, weird right?) Upon arrival, we had no problems with figuring out the public transportation system (at this point in the semester, you can ...
... but Max tells us where to go and sure enough gets us back to the hotel every time. Even using different routes. He is amazing. He must have gotten Jamie's sense of direction. He has found a lot of secret ways that take us around the hotel. He is so proud to take us the new ways he has discovered through his exploring. He has been a trooper.
This afternoon we are off to Konya to meet up with Angie. Have a blessed day!
... and is thankfully uneventful. At Istanbul we have a 5 hour wait but at least we will have time to check out the newly refurbished Turkish Airlines Club lounge. As we plonk ourselves down near the unlimited booze and food section and access the wifi Sarah starts reading out a review of the lounge and it seems that we may qualify for a private suite in which to lay our heads. As we are also next to Concierge I wander over and casually ask and before I know it I am being ...
... a store selling scarves and stopped for a look. The gray-haired smiling shopkeeper asked me my favorite color. I said It's not for me. Ah, for your mother? he said. I said No, for my mother-in-law, and he said no no, she's your MOTHER, your MOTHER. Ha ha ha.
As I walked along the Golden Horn Bridge, admiring the sun-sparked waves that trailed the ferry boats, I heard a rumble. I turned to see giant black clouds looming behind me. Istanbul weather can change in ...