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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... outfit with just eye slits. After seeing a couple dressed in full black Cousin It costumes, I asked Donna if the men felt like they were opening a box of Cracker Jacks. Everyone is a surprise. Not wanting to be beheaded in the street in Istanbul, I didn't make any inquiries for an answer. We decided at the mosque that we would try to hit the Basilica Cistern before heading back to the ship. This would require another run through the ...
... the table. There were no recipes here and I forgot the ones I had printed off the internet at home. I did find a few on the internet here and copied them by hand as our printer does not work. Hey we never even had the internet before and a printer? That was not even invented. So you adjust. I bought a few new items for the kitchen like a small pan, a spatula, and some covered dishes to store left overs in. This helped a lot. The shopping has been interesting ...
Stayed in the hostel most of the day searching for London accommodation, rentals, jobs. Yulia spoke with her parents. I got kebabs for our lunch. We ate in the room. Then we went for a walk to scope out how were getting to the airports etc. along the way we had a really good chat about future plans. We also visited a cafe Yulia looked up. I had a moose and Yulia had a ...
... so much so that it was very difficult to walk and certainly difficult at times to stop and ponder over a possible purchase. The crowds were larger than we've encountered in New York except on special occasions such as New Year's Eve or during the Thanksgiving Day parade. We were told by some of our fellow travelers that they were nothing compared to the crowded conditions we would encounter early next year during our trip to India.
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... of Turkish lira - we only had 50s on us- (about $25 Australian). But Andrew did have a few UAE notes in his wallet and quickly placed around $2.50 worth of UAE currency in his hand, caught a quick dirty glance and jumped into taxi heading of on our way to our hotel. Our taxi drive was a little chaotic as we headed down roads built for around 70kmph at an average speed of 120. But after our experiences in the past with taxis ...