The Sunrise Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... of Independence was followed by a series of reforms to create the Republic of Turkey, a modern secular nation-state.
Mustafa Kemal became the first president of the Republic of Turkey in 1923, and adopted the name Ataturk, meaning father of the country, in 1934. He remains the greatest national hero of Turkey to this day. Other nations in the region, such as Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan, look to the Republic of Turkey as the model of government they desire.
... a relaxed start to the morning.
As said our hotel was right in the thick of it and this was made even more apparent when we headed to the roof for our breakfast and were greeted with the sun casting its golden rays across the famous Blue Mosque, Hagia Sofia and Obelisk lined Hippodrome.
Finally setting out from our hotel our first job was finding our travel agents to confirm and pay for the Gallipoli tour that we had booked, after some wandering and a bit of ...
... ride of about an hour and costing us about $25. However all our troubles began in Taksim Square. It was peak hour and the traffic was horrendous. Cab drivers were at the ready but all refused to take us with the excuse of the 'bad traffic.' We thought it may have been something to do with 'not a big enough cab fare.' Eugene finally found a cabbie begrudgingly agreeing to take us. After getting on the phone to see where our Hotel was, he stopped and told ...
Each of us in this little travel squad is so grateful for having this opportunity to see Istanbul – a city of 3,000 years full of lovely, interesting things along with 15 million people. Example after example of cross-culture, East meets West, Islam meets Christianity, antiquity meets modern, is before us.
My in-laws, Phyllis and Joe, live "on the water", whether in their house on ...
... unabashed and extravagant use of hair gel, sportscar-inspired attire like "Porsche Polo Team" polos and "Ferrari Racing" button-downs... I like this. But it's borrowed, right? And juvenile. Like a junior high dance where the girls have all hit puberty- they're 5'8" with full-size breasts- and the boys are still 4foot something and their voices crack. I'm rambling. More tomorrow. We'll do stuff instead of wander around like zombies, judging people and making sweeping ...