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I am breaking up my spring break trip into two blog posts to try and make things easier to read and follow.
Istanbul is the only city in the world that is on two continents, and its beauty was more than I could have ever expected. I started my spring break Friday the 16th leaving Prague around 3 pm and arriving in Istanbul around 2 with a …
... been pretty toasty here, the sea breeze was perfection. I ate lunch & walked around the docks. The hike back up to the dorm though, was rigorous. Actually had to take a couple breathers, but the scene was totally worth it.
Later on I met Miriam & her friend from university Rosaria. I showed them campus & then we walked around Etiler to find a place to eat. On that note, I should confess that I'm tempted to make this a food blog. I've ...
... formed by erosion after volcanic eruptions left soft and highly erodible rock deposits all over the region. As time pressed on, the small peaks became more and more cylindrical while the caps of the towers remained too high for water to reach. Thus creating the iconic fairy chimneys of Cappadocia.
Our tour ended with the pilot expertly landing our balloon in the bed of a pick-up truck. As ...
... us directions to the grand bazaar, spice bazaars and then walked us to the carpet area. He suggested that we go to the spice market in the morning when it is not as crowded. He also suggested the Seven Hills Rooftop Restaurent. The restaurant turned out to be a really good suggestion. The view is incredible, there was a great breeze and we needed to refuel and rest. Efes beer and hummus hit the spot!
We toured the Grand Bizarre and did a small amount ...
... for the rest of the ladies.
We considered investing in some audio guides to help us
understand the history of all this splendour. Instead we chose to save our
money and get Bastien to be our tour guide. Highly educated and very bright,
Bastien had a decent amount of knowledge at his disposal regarding this lost
empire. He also made up a lot of ********. Trying to discern fact from fiction,
we followed the ebb of the tourist tide, debating which ...
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The best nobel hotel had great service and were very helpful. My only critiques would be that the room was very small for 5 or even 4 people and the shower was broken so you had to hold the handle, besides that it was awesome.
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