All Seasons Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... few feet to the Sultan hostel, who graciously agreed to let us keep it in their luggage room for 2 weeks free of charge while we stomp around the Balkans, even though we are not actually staying in the hostel until the end of our trip. So we dropped off our stuff and rested for a bit before heading out to explore the city!
Because we are returning to Istanbul at the end of our trip, we did not have a ton of urgency ...
... is closed today for Dwali Festival' we waited until after 10 to see if Mr Arif arrived, when he didn't we rang Emre, he once again rang to try and sort things out for us, he's so kind. Emre sent us a message to say we needed to go back tomorrow at 10.00 am and that Mr Arif was very sorry for the mix up. We walked back the way we had come and stopped for coffee at McDonalds to blog and up load some photos. We the purchased some good at a small supermarket then ...
... from melted down Persian shields and armour after victories against the Persian Army and is nearly 2,500 years old. There is also the Obelisk of Theodosius another piece transported from another part of the Roman Empire. It bears inscriptions on its sides celebrating Thutmose III's victory on the banks of the river Euphrates in 1450 BC. It is made of red granite and beautifully lit up at night. The third obelisk in the square is the Walled Obelisk built by ...
I decided to goto a restaurant inside the terminal, not the ones with outdoor seating that would be more expensive. I ordered just a lamb vegetable curry and ate it with bread instead of ordering rice.
When he gave me the bill it ...
... was a big fenced area of ruins. No graffiti just sitting in the middle of the town! Back into Ismir via a high speed road and we turned onto a brand new highway where there were hardly any cars on it. We seem to regularly find we are one of only a few people. With some difficulty we found our way to the Museum of Archaeology. We were the only visitors and the lights came on as we walked through the displays. - a floor of marble statues and a floor of pottery with a couple of ...