SV Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the airport and a very comfortable flight home. Usual scrum at Manchester to get through passport control, then a while for baggage to arrive. Then a 40 minute wait for the Jet3 car park shuttle bus! They are not my favourite company and will be receiving a complaint. Surly drivers and poor service. Thankfully we managed to recognise the area where we had parked in such a hurry and had a reasonable drive home. Another city 'done' and thoroughly enjoyed. But nice to be ...
... to Taksim square (note: all "s"es are pronounced "sh") and then by metro to Sisli and Mecidiyeköy. Here one of my hosts picked me up and followed me to the apartment. Although it was nealy 12pm, we sat and talked for a good while before going to sleep.
The apartment itself is classically decorated, with dark wooden floors and walls. It has a living room, kitchen, bathroom, master bedroom and a guest room where I sleep.
... was around lunch time so it was the time of lunch prayers for the faithful so we heard the calls for prayers literally resonating all around the city.
It was quite special. For anyone who has not experienced this, it is quite special the first time.
We then had a late lunch and it was time to head back to Ozgur's appartement to pack up and head towards the airport :-(
In the end we spent only 24h in Istanbul so it was a ...
... such delight in our little Max.
Again, the old men. They are so darn cute and also very endearing. They are gentle and kind with a twinkle in their eye and smile on their face. You see them walking slowly down the street fingering their beads or sitting on a bench content to just be. And when we are near them they nod and say "English" and then say the few words they know. They are warm and gentle as they try and interact ...
... including this one). All sorts of different cuts of lamb were plastered onto a bbq skewer to make one of the biggest, roundest slabs of meat we have ever seen (marinated in what Mikey called “awesome”, which was slow cooked on a horizontal spit until it was so beautiful and tender, and served simply with some thin pita bread, barbequed peppers, and a choice of salad and yoghurt as a side. This same street was also the location of Balkan Lokantasi[LZ1] , and a delicious ...