Green Park Bostanci
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... where I could die happy knowing that there was one thing in life that made mine worth it. Traversing the Silk Road was definitely something to feel proud of.
Top Five Moments.
1 Making the silk in Beijing 2.Eating the juicy fruits that Turpan had to offer. 3.Swimming with those likable boys in the Urumqi River 4.Seeing Palmyra in all of its ancient glory 5.The powerful moment of completion, along with me and Yin’s hard goodbye.
... tried not to sleep. I did doze on and off but mostly I've been awake. Next entry will be from Melbourne. ... 2.24pm in Istanbul, 10.24pm here in Melbourne. I'm on the SkyBus heading home. We landed on time at 9.20pm and no problems with duty free or customs. Getting our luggage however took an eternity. Tram after this then front door. Should be home by 11.15pm or thereabouts. ... 10.58pm - just walked in the front door. It's been a wonderful European vacation. That's all ...
and Islamic touches. The early Christian frescoes were plastered
over, rather than destroyed, when it became a mosque under Mehmet II
and then restored when Kamal Attaturk changed it to a museum. So
much history in one day!!! We were also let loose in the Grand
Bazaar for about 90 minutes and I was a bit worried we wouldn't find
our way back to the meeting spot, however we managed just fine. 4000
little shops in a maze of laneways is ...
... Turkey with their smaller blocks of sunflowers are simply enchanting as were the views of the Marmarus Sea.
Secondly, truck days give you plenty of time to reflect. It is almost two weeks since I set off from Gateshead having more or less traversed the whole European continent overland. So many superlatives! So many new adventures. So many adventures yet to come. And somewhere over the horizon, Istanbul was ...
... in a state of shock! Neither of us had any idea the other was here and we were both here under slightly strange circumstances. Faraz had thought that he was going to Germany, but Ola had surprised him, whilst I was here last minute and on a whim. It was pretty unbelievable that we had bumped into each other!
From the cafe, the three of us made our way up to Topkapi Palace. We paid the 25 lira for the ticket and made our way into the ...