Med Cezir Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Hello, again, Blogonauts!
Alright, I am a bit behind. I've included a flush of photos as penance.
The source for my seeming silence is .... hmmm ... I have it! ... a combination of jetlag and joie d'vivre! What better excuses can there be?
I mean it ... what better excuse can you apply for me here? While I'm awaiting …
Hello again, Blogonauts! Istanbul is indeed lovely, and among its charms are the various mosques and minarettes of the old city. Unfortunately, sometimes jarringly, from these minarettes comes a pre-dawn Arabic alarm clock. At precisely 5:36 AM, the loudspeakers on the nearby Blue Mosque sprang into surprisingly sonorous action as the muezzin urged …
... to get around. I am overwhelmed. You see, my greatest challenges are finding my way around and languages. And of course I left my English/Turkish phrase book and dictionary at the restaurant we ate lunch at. The Turkish language is so hard for me. This is how you say thank you in Turkish: Tesekkurederim. Really? Max can say it but I guess I will be watching Max's language videos with him so I can at ...
... or undercharged in last two restaurants.
Luck is starting to change. I claimed a found pass, and the hotel waiter surprised Bill with a fruit bowl and bottle of wine for his birthday.
The palace was interesting, artifacts dating back to the 7th century.
My visit to Turkey coincided with Eid-al-Adha, one of the most important festivals in the Islamic calendar. It is a happy occasion in which Muslims pray together, meet with friends and family, exchange gifts and donate to the less fortunate. The impact to the tourist.....well it means a large majority of shops and bazaars are shut for 4 days. It started on Saturday 4 October, which meant I had to get in a lot of sight seeing on my 2nd day - Friday. I was supposed to be ...