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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Our day began with our hotels staff in Venice giving Mark a specially wrapped bottle of wine to celebrate his birthday. Very nice. The airport has a gorgeous view of the old Venice - there was a very clear view of the skyline of St Mark's and as we flew over the area on takeoff, it was very apparent that all those islands were made up of mud flats. Our arrival in Istanbul was an assault on our senses. We were greeted at the airport and transported to ...
... hostel. Worst decision ever. The taxi driver I had drove like a complete lunatic, I can't believe I paid him 40lira! He didn't deserve it! And he didn't speak English, so he didn't understand what I was saying, so he decided to call his friend who spoke English while he was driving and get me to talk to him. Gahhh!! Anyway, I arrived at my hostel and funnily enough, my mate Matt walked passed my hostel. Turns out the restaurant attached to my hostel was showing the soccer game that ...
... bottles of Coke with their labels saying "Thirsty?". Yes!
Duty Free 1 confirm the coffee shop is nothing to do with them. Try Duty Free 2 they say. Seek and ye shall find. There's a small mini fridge under the counter selling Schweppes Tonic Water, beer and one bottle of sparkling water. Water it is.
Fly over the Black Sea for an hour and a half which makes you realise how big it is. Greeted by hotel transfer who takes my bag ...
... raced. We saw the race track. On a sadder note, some 30,000 people are said to have been corralled and slaughtered during the Nika riots in 532. It was amazing to be standing on the same site that was a bustling center over 2,000 years ago.
Bosphorous Straight – in one word – beautiful. This body of water divides Istanbul, as well as the European and Asian continents, and is the connector of the Black Sea and ...
... years from light house, to a watch tower for the firemen, an observatory, and a watchtower during the WWI. i then i walked up the istiklal caddesi which is a big shopping street/mall with a tram running up it. i don't know how people don't get killed by that thing, the road is heaps busy with people walking and it just ploughs through and heaps of kids hang off the back. the street is full of buskers from all over the world, some local, but stacks of hippies busking ...