Albatros Premier Hotel
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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 …
... quite good we do a quick bit of shopping and
drive from the bus park to the Tajikistan embassy to get another visa. We just arrive in time and they agree to do
the Visa on the spot. On the Spot turned
out to be about 3 hours but no problem as we just need to drive around Istanbul
to a caravan park on the other side of town.
How hard could that be, only 26 Kms so with Yohan’s words of caution
ringing in our ears “I don’t ...
... tourist visa. That would have been helpful BEFORE I got in that stupid line! After kindly asking to be let back into the line near the front, a very nice man let me step in. 20-30 minutes again in line and I get the pass!
I made the decision to try the whole exchange money thing as opposed to withdrawing from an ATM. I brought along some Euros so I didn't have to use ALL my USD savings. I have not done the math as to how much I got screwed over, but I ...
We travelled through the Canakkale Strait to Istanbul arriving at 0700. I found this an unusual and somewhat mystical place. A skyline is smattered with gold domes and ceramic tiled facades. It was a pleasant walk from the ship to the Blue Mosque and was an experience. On entering the mosque you of course have to take off your shoes (plastic bag supplied) and if you do not have a scarf that covers your head and shoulders you are issued a pale blue one. Again ...
... recommended Kaymac shop. It was a full of deli items meat, cheeses and yogurts. We really could not see how we could get our clotted cream and honey until we noticed a tiny spiral staircase in the corner of the shops we ventured up and found a cafe that was just shutting so no Kaymac that night either. We then walked through some streets that were full of party supplies stalls. This was like a Lombards on steroids. sue loved it particularly the little plastic silver and gold closhes ...