BEST WESTERN PREMIER Senator Hotel
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... the Sea of Marmara (which feeds into the Aegean) and the Black Sea. It goes through Istanbul and is the dividing line between Europe and Asia.
In recent years, many fine homes have been built along the straight itself. Rudi tells us that these start at $3,000,000 and go as high as $250,000,000. Several of the palaces were built by the Sultans and have been turned into museums or fine hotels. But the individual houses are owned by wealthy ...
... Havash, airport transfer) wasn't until 2.30pm, so we had to kill 1 1/2 hours. We stopped at a random cafe for iced tea and ice cream (as it was freaken boiling hot especially with our bags in tow).
we finally got to the airport at 3.30pm to find of course we couldn't check in for our flight until 5pm, by this time we found out that the plane was 30mims delayed. We then grabbed something to eat - paying airport prices of course, for yet another ...
... we stood for 40minutes in the pouring rain waiting to get into Topkapi Palace. After finally getting in and the rain settling we spent 3 hours inside. This place was huge so we ended up buying the guide to read later. The palace was home to the Ottoman sultans and much more and is a must see if you come to Istanbul.
On our way home we got dragged ınto a carpet store and an hour later ...
... to report we stood in front of the church making sure we came together as a group. We saw that we got a little publicity of printed flyers announcing our concert on the gate of the church. While we were waiting around a man and boy came up pointing at my Starbucks hot chocolate and wanting to have it and me being greedy I denied it to the boy. To his advantage a fellow classmate left his espresso drink sitting on the curb beside me but before I knew ...
... of the baths could see me getting changed which alarmed me somewhat. I walked into the baths wearing just the thick fabric they had given me which resembled more of a table cloth or rug than a towel. The baths were made almost exclusively of marble but I found a standard sauna room there. I lay in there minding my own business until an old man stormed into the sauna and started bawling at me in Turkish. He then beckoned me over and quite simply started manhandling and ...