Ramada Istanbul Old City
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The flight went well and we began to experience the beauty and chaos that is Istanbul right away. The taxis drive as if there are no rules. One cab pulled up, shut off the engine, leaving his car in neutral, exited the cab while it was rolling to a stop as it hit the curb. There was a loud bang, like a gunshot, which was actually a luggage cart …
We started this morning with a breakfast of olives, cucumbers, tomatoes, cheese, fresh fruit and hot Turkish tea and we spent the day walking into the past (7.6 miles of walking). First we went to Fatıh University, a private college founded by the Gulen Movement in Turkey. It was a very impressive campus that emphasizes international education …
The host family for tonight's dinner were delightful. The father was Eyup Kaya. Eyup in Turkish is Job. His father emigrated from Macedonia. Their family had moved there from Turkey to begin with. He owns a Mercedes Benz dealership and constructs homes. There home was very nice but very modest by our standards. His wife and he have 3 children, 1 …
Our family had planned to visit the Istanbul city as all members including children where having a craze to go Turkey to see the nature's real beauty. We hired the services from VIP luxury travels who are actually the travel agents, I don’t know about rest of the countries but that they seems like the professional for Istanbul, they guided …
Drive back to Istanbul via Ankara and a isit to Ataturk Mausoleum. One last night in Istanbul and a fantastic tour, making many new friends.
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