All Seasons Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to the airport from the pub. Come home and leave again for a couple drinks with Ebeid and Cole at some hipster beer/whiskey place. Good day. Though oddly was barred from going into a pub(?) With music because ‘no europeans tonight’ and ‘one person at table for four not good’...should've been heading home anyway but ‘what the hell?’.
2- muck around trying to fix lousy redirect bug on my/everyone's internet devices, fail fail. Walk a while ...
... Chau in Hong Kong. Quite touristy but great to wander around. Had a bit of bad luck with our choice of lunch venue though. We sat and ordered a drink in a street cafe (a beer for Bob and a mixed juice for me), and ordered toasted cheese and tomato sandwiches, which we were excited about! After almost finishing our drinks, the waiter came out and told us that lunch was no longer being served, but that ...
... so we don't buy it, we'll come back later in the week. On the way back to the apartment we stop for coffee and check emails, there is one from the agent in India. Disaster! She is sorry to inform us, but under the new regulations, India does not allow dogs in to their country with people travelling on a tourist visa, only for business or work visas. We feel completely knocked back by this! We go back to ...
... around and back to the hotel. It is now 6.00pm and if we stop now, well not worth considering so change of shoes and shirt and off to the Galata bridge for dinner. Huge number of restaurants on a level beneath the bridge and everyone has tout wanting you to eat in their restaurant. Happily none sell carpets. We succumb out of the need for a beer and the food and service are just adequate. Couple of funny things happened, we asked to see the wine ...
... the Old Town, which is about 22klm from Ataturk. As it was now after 6pm and was dark we opted for a taxi so that we could settle into the hotel then talk a walk. We knew that the journey should cost about Turkish Lira TL$40 so we asked the driver what would be the maximum cost if traffic was bad and he replied no more than TL$50 (Aus$25). It cost TL$38 as the traffic was so light, and we had a benchmark.