All Seasons Hotel
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The cafes were filled with families returning from church and enjoying themselves. Children were playing ootall in the square, families were out cycling, while others enjoyed outdoor dining. The sun was shining, and we caught up on our emails, as free WiFi was available, the first time in 9 days. I loved the architecture of this town.
A relaxed morning - everyone woke when they were ready, and got up slowly. Breakfast was a continental buffet (with eggs to order) in the hotel's restaurant, and then we headed off on foot the same way we walked yesterday, towards the Bosphorus. This time we crossed the Galeta Bridge into Sultanamet - the old city of Istanbul where all of the iconic monuments are situated. My goal today was to duck into Ayasofya and then across to the Blue Mosque this ...
... depositing calcium carbonate on the cliff edge, the deposits gives the whole white area an ********elike texture. The water is warm and you can sit in the shallow pools, there are deeper pools that you can swim in at extra costs. Hierapolis was an ancient spa city that was built by the Romans on the edge of the Pamukale travertines, the ruins of this city is truly amazing with many tombs and a spectacular theatre. We arrived at Pamukale at 08:30 the first morning and ...
... a boza, a drink made out of fermented bulgar wheat and the texture of pureed apples (I thought it tasted a bit like that too, but maybe she’d put that idea into my head), it was too sweet for me. It’s traditionally served with roasted chickpeas scattered over the top but the man doesn’t have chickpeas, just boza, and if you want the topping you pop over to the shop across the road and buy a little package. I guess it shows that there is ...
... last week, and we have gone separate ways during the couple of days we had before our departure. Scot enjoyed a great afternoon of kitesurfing on Maui on Sunday. It is such an exhilarating sport! Cruising across the ocean at 30 mph allows you to cover a lot of ground in a hurry, and make some very fun jumps off of the tops of the waves. You forget about everything else while kiting, because a quick distraction produces a ...