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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... cheap food joints were closing up, so I went for the corporate giant. That will teach me to skip over local places that just look too hard because the menus don't have pictures. Gallipoli was one of the most moving experiences I've had so far. I freely admit to having my eyes water at the New Zealand monument, and at several of the grave sites. Nearly the entire peninsula has been declared a national park, dotted with cemetaries and ...
... with Murat No. 2, most things are now arranged, but he is still waiting for confirmation about the inflammable items. We go ahead anyway and make a plan for tomorrow. Both Murat and us are feeling a little nervous about the forth coming day, but we are sure it will all be fine. Next we call with Emre at the travel agents to collect our passports and explain we have to wait a few days to book the flights because of the ...
My final day in Istanbul was just packing all my clothes back into my suitcase and checking out of my hotel. Looking back on my trip much of it was very informative and I have learnt a lot about Turkey and it's culture, one week is a small amount of time to spend in a country which is so rich in culture and history. By far ...
... for a while. Mandy somehow managed to nod off while sitting upright on a park bench while Steve watched as the local portable-kebab guy got seriously hassled by three separate groups of guys. We think this guy was intruding on the other guys' turf and they were not happy about it, or he'd served up a really dodgy kebab. Either that or the local mafia were trying to negotiate new terms for his patch. Needless to say, despite the incredibly delicious smells ...
... University (where Becca befriended a cuddly, probably germ infested, pregnant mama cat), and weaved through some alleys to the Aqueducts. We arrived at twilight for some brilliant photo opportunities. We trammed back to our area (Sultanahmet) and grabbed some dinner, and the requisite baklava before hanging out with Tony, the hostel owner, and sharing some beers - Efes is not a bad pilsner! We were able to answer the following ...