All Seasons Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... is lasting far better than I thought it would so that should be no problem. It's the best chance I'll ever get to satisfy my love of electronic music, so I think I'd better take it. My train to Sofia leaves tomorrow night at 10:00pm. It's not gonig to be an easy trip. There's bus replacements for part of the journey, so I'm pretty sure it's going to be bus, train and then bus until I arrive sometime mid morning. This is going to hurt. J PS - I need to lay off the shisha. ...
... crowded. Sultanahmet where we are staying is a great location - it is near the port, the Blue Mosque, the Hagia Sophia Mosque, the Spice Bazaar and the Grand Bazaar.
Had an interesting moment this morning. We were in a cafe yet again, waiting for the Consulate to open and David had disappeared somewhere and I was sitting at a table. All of a sudden there was all this tooting going on and everyone ...
... cover up her calves. She later commented on how she felt like a second-class citizen out as a female and how that simple act of covering up made her feel slightly judged. We all had to take off and carry our shoes upon entering. Once inside, we spent about 15 minutes admiring the magnificent structure. The 17th-century Blue Mosque is one of only a handful of mosques in the world to boast six minarets. It is not exactly blue, although all the walls are papered ...
... hostel the Chicago people were staying at in hopes of them being there but they never showed. So we took off to see the town. We hit the blue mosque, grand bazaar, spice bazaar, ate seafood under the bridge. Then we headed to taksim square in hopes of seeing some of the rioting that has been going on. But we were too late the riots had ended. After that we headed back to hostel and almost lost Corey. He panicked. Haha. We then had ...
... threw away the plastic bottle of Serbian raki that I carried in my backpack, all of this necessary for my next destination: Tehran, Iran (The Axis of Evil for my American readers).
And that was it, my longest stay in Istanbul since I came here for the first time two years ago. A very intense 7 day period where the new and the old came together, just like in Istanbul the new and the old mix so well: new and old friends, new and old places to visit, new and old memories in ...