The Green Park Hotel Merter
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... the restaurants in Turkey have patios that are kept warm by heat lamps, and they even give you blankets to use while you eat! The waiter at this restaurant also wanted to practice his English, so we ended up drinking multiple more free cups of tea while helping him go through his English workbook.
After dinner, we packed up our backpacks and bundled up to head to Bulgaria. But more on that in the next post! ...
... also working on the documentary situated at other locations around the park, we think there were a couple at the camp site. As we dropped down there were several areas if mountain pasture, with small farming communities. We stopped for water at one of them, but there wasn't enough pressure to fill the tank, there were wild crocus in bloom growing in the meadow close by. We drove a little further and stopped at another meadow to try to ...
ISTANBUL, OCTOBER 8, 2014
Well, last night we had a lovely dinner with Dame Marian Roe, MBE and Ron. We had met Marian on the Golden Eagle train trip to the Silk Road. It was good to catch up on everything that she is involved in and to make tentative plans for dinner in London in May.
This morning we had a farewell breakfast with Ron who is flying home today. I hope his ...
... artifacts of the era. We saw stone and jewel encrusted weapons and old clothes. But we quickly became impatient waiting for our turn in front of any display. We decided to take the express lane behind the slow moving front row. We looked over the shoulders of the front-rowers at the displays from about 4 feet away. That was close enough and far less claustrophobic. They didn't allow picture taking. We don’t know the reason ...
... down and with a little help from the thick smog it was dramatically bright red, making the urban landscape a contrasting silhouette.
We had booked a little studio apartment using the classic EM_TY philosophy – random selection. This one caught our eye as it had a loft bed – ooooh. As it turned out we were staying in the best part of Istanbul – Begolu, walking distance to the cosmopolitan section, with a mix of local lanes and cool alternative bars ...