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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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We got back to our boat, some of our fellow passengers were still up, the temperature is about 25 degrees, so hope the cabin is not too hot this evening.
We go to bed about 11.00 and it's quite comfortable for a change, had a good nights sleep.
Awoke about 7.00am decided to get up and had a nice coffee on deck before the bell sounded for breakfast time.
Omelette this morning as well as our usual ...
... a lovely clock tower lit up with pale blue lights. It was a magical place, and we are pretty certain it is a ski resort (we saw some ski lifts, and a huge hotel on the edge near the base of a steep hill) and that we have to come back sometime in winter to try it out.
After passing through Göynük, we were far more relaxed, and although the quality of the roads did not improve, our mood sure did. We drove another hour and a half to Iznik, arriving at about 8:30 pm, ...
... we'll let the girls sleep in the tent, I grabbed my sleeping bag, set up nicely on a rug outside under the thick foliage, and slept like a baby. I awoke once during the night to the sound of rain, and thought I'd move in to the tent, but found that Jon was sleeping on one porch, and the other was full of our stuff, so I went back to my rug, with my very own dog sleeping at my foot, and another yawning on the other carpet across from me, and slept through its five minutes of light mist. ...
Returned to Istanbul on Wednesday 28 March. We toured the Blue Mosque. It was huge and spectacular. That afternoon, many of the people on the tour went to the Topkapi Palace, but we had already been there, so we decided to visit the Dolma Bache Palace. It was built in the mid-1800's by one of the last Sultans. He had more money than decorating sense. The Palace is spectacular but not elegant. Hundreds of rooms, many huge chandeliers and lots of ...
... several of her largest cities and her capitol. First we go to Kusadasi where cruise ships stop on they way round the Aegean. Then to Denizli, Konya, Cappadocia, Ankara (the capitol), Bursa and back to Istanbul. It is a trip of 1600 miles around Turkey. It is a fantastic journey - highly recommended to all. Turkey is a pleasant surprise. Kusadasi: Cruise ships stop here; Homer's legendary Troy; Bay of Edremit; through ...