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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... a place called Tria to us, so we decided to head there. What we hadn't fully realised was just how close we were to the main restaurant strip within Sultanahamet. A few metres along our very quiet street was a flight of steps leading up to Cankutaran Cadessi, the main restaurant street of Sultanhamet. Brilliant! We had a really terrific meal, prices about half of what we'd pay in Oz, and we then staggered down the steps to our cute little ...
... because we had more time in Istanbul than the rest of the group. After saying goodbye to most of the tour group we explored the Grand Bazaar for ourselves. This is where I nearly lost Yulia. Wow, Yulia wanted to visit every store! Just an hour in and I wanted to neck myself. Dodgy salesmen trying to rip of innocent tourists. So frustrating. After patiently waiting and regrouping with the ...
... had flown into Tbilisi to run the last 8 days of the tour after one of our guides had an accident. I found out Helen had returned to the UK and had been discharged from the hospital but then was readmitted after having a seizure. Everybody seemed so excited to see me after 8 days - it seemed longer.
Since I had spent over 4 days in Istanbul just 2.5 years ago, there wasn't alot that I hadn't seen before, so I was limiting my visits to the markets and the Chora ...
This trip was via Zurich, a 13 hour flight. Fortunately our business class seats allowed for a good sleep and we arrived in Turkey on Monday afternoon. Off for an exploratory walk, checking the sites (Holly counted the stray cats that live in the city) while we avoided all ...