Kent Hotel Istanbul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in a week or so with Matt so she was happy to just do the tour and save it until she comes back. It was so hot it was easier anyway. Izmir was unbelievable . We didn't go to the city at all, which is the 3rd largest port in Turkey but we went about an hour out of town to roman ruins called Ephesus. The history is amazing and as they are still digging archeologically there is so ...
... complimentary coffee, biscuits, sweets and grapes. The owner was a nice chap and was interested in our travels, there was a random set if scales so you can weigh yourself, do you think you are meant to see what you weigh when you get their and then how many kilos heavier you are when you leave after all the complimentary goodies? Off we set again Dream Catcher glistening in the sunlight, with shiny black tyres, very smart! ...
... Kagan met us to took us around. We went to the Grand Bizarre and the spice market....and Karl would never have been able to do either of these without his scooter much less manage to walk the 600 meters to get on the ship...and the 300 meter length of the ship...is that 3 football fields? great score for the Travelscoot....even if it doesn't do rain well. We will see as it is supposed to rain tomorrow so we ...
... of bones on a skeleton -- the key modulates higher and higher several times as the list of bones in the human skeleton are sung. Variations on a Theme of Handel - Mauro Giuliani Giuliani was an Italian composer. While it’s true we’re not going to Italy, we will be close to it. This is a guitar solo played by Taylor Campbell. Blue Rondo ala Turk - Dave Brubeck This piece was written by American jazz pianist Dave Brubeck in response to his hearing of ...
... a treasure room. All in all it is a fitting center of power for one of the worlds great empires.
In order to get a sense of the full on mayhem of Istanbul city life, we made our way to the Grand Bazaar, center of commerce for the cities vast population for hundreds of years. Amongst a crushing crowd of shoppers and a cacophony of sellers advertising their offerings, we elbowed our way through the crowds in the outdoor markets ...