Albatros Premier Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Our first day in Turkey after a very long trip. The A380-800s are a wonderful planes though, plenty of room and comfortable seats. The only snag was the man at the end of our row who fell asleep the moment he sat down and then snored constantly for the rest of the 14 hour trip (apart from rousing for meals) - thank heavens for noise canceling ear …
... flag hanging from the rafters, all of the exhibits seemed to subsume the New Zealand forces under the Australian flag. I almost wanted to complain, but wasn't sure if this was covered in the Turkish commentary. Something like 2,700 New Zealanders lost their lives in Gallipoli. The least they could do is recognise their sacrifice for the New Zealand flag. I'm ready to leave Istanbul tomorrow night. It's been good to recuperate a bit in one place, though a diet of ...
... s quite eerie and beautiful to see these lovely columns standing in water and fish swimming around at the base of the columns.
This cistern is an underground chamber approximately 138 metres by 64 metres and holds 80,000 cubic metres of water. The ceiling is supported by 336 marble columns, 9 metres high and arranged in 12 rows of 28 columns. It is quite spectacular!
... middle-eastern traditions that we didn't understand (like woman wearing head covers and burkas). We stated our tour with the Topkapi Palace, home to generations of sultans and their wives who were closeted in the famous and secretive harem (as it turns out, the harem is really just the family quarters). We saw of series of lush green courtyards and delicate kiosks, and explored several of the exhibits including antique weapons and cookware. We also enjoyed a ...
... the same - the original Turkish kebab isn't the kebab I've grown addicted to. It's a bit like the sad reality of Turkish baklava - somehow, I prefer the imitation more than the original!
I can't say that I'm actually disappointed with the Turkish kebabs, because it's impossible to conclude that they are either better or worse than the varieties that have spread throughout the World. The only possible conclusion is that they are simply ...