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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... seemed to ignore us, the same happened this time! The park has quite a few resident dogs that bark and follow us! As I said It's confusing! Also in the park, there is a corner that has a cat lady, she has at least 20 cats sat on a bench with her, it looks to us as if she lives there. We have bought Pizza for tea, as the oven is on, yep it's still working, well done maintenance! Catering department makes some chocolate and walnut ...
... and Amanda and Naomi (travellers from the U.S.). Mike treated us to Turkish tea and then a local (delicious) malt beer and Lahmacun. The whole time, a guy they called the DJ played tunes for us that varied between rave music and a kind of haunting Turkish music. It was one of those authentic, local situations you dream about when you leave for a big trip. I may never see any of them again, but I am incredibly thankful for the experience.
As a side ...
... on. Apparently the Grand Bazaar has been closed, so it will be even crazier tomorrow. We'll be in Gallipoli so not a problem. The Blue Mosque and Top Kapi were closed so we went to Hagia Sofia and walked to the Galata Bridge for a fish sandwich. Holy smoke, we could barely move and just shuffled along with everyone else. Not sure what I think of the Turkish public yet particularly the way they stare at foreigners including ourselves. ...
... We're stay right in the heart of Istanbul - now just resting and catching up on my blog and emails as I finally have access to wifi. Sorry for the delay guys... Ok it's now 10.18pm and I can hear chanting ( I think it's a call to prayer)- it's pretty loud. It's a little scary actually, as its something I'm not used to. Also next door has decided to party and the walls appear to be rather thin. They now appear to be having an argument next door - make up and go to bed ...
Last time I peaked through airplane window Mt. Everest was staring back at me through the clouds, this time it was Iran and Iraq (luckily we had already flown over Pakistan and Afghanistan). I was relieved when we finally touched down in Turkey.
It was a welcomed change to be in a clean, orderly city with actual stop lights ...