Bostanci Prenses Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that is taking place in this part of the world and the adverse impact on human lives. We couldn’t help reflect on what we’d learnt about Gallipoli the week before and the pointlessness of war, with seemingly few lessons learnt when it comes to creating nor maintaining peace.
Our shuttle bus arrived and it was time to set off for the airport and leave Turkey having spent seven delightful weeks here. We were sad to go. This ...
... yet another grand we are going to be out of pocket. Sent the freight company a stern email saying not good enough we must go Sunday It turns out they pulled out all the stops and got the bike through customs BUT it comes at a price. Customs guys worked past 4pm to do it and we have to pay for the overtime ??? Just a small amount of an extra £632 to be paid in cash when Brians passport delivered hmmmm And to cap it all its raining, oh happy days ...
... and is thankfully uneventful. At Istanbul we have a 5 hour wait but at least we will have time to check out the newly refurbished Turkish Airlines Club lounge. As we plonk ourselves down near the unlimited booze and food section and access the wifi Sarah starts reading out a review of the lounge and it seems that we may qualify for a private suite in which to lay our heads. As we are also next to Concierge I wander over and casually ask and before I know it I am being ...
... that night. Our next day we were up early (more the crew were up early) at 5am so we could get to Butterfly Valley. Took about 4 hours to boat around to it from where we had stayed and was very rough going. We had breakfast there when we stopped and then went ashore to explore for an hour or so. We walked up the valley to the waterfall which was about 1km. There wasn't that many butterflies, apparently July is the right time to visit there for them. The boys of the ...
... 000 people can be found in the busy alleys, vaulted halls, arcades and streets of the Bazaar district, a number easy to believe once you have spent a full day exploring this awesome building. The bazaar has many entrances, but the main archway heralds a wide internal street which dips and rises slightly only to disappear in definition in the distance. This is the street of jewellers displaying an unknown tonnage of ...