BEST WESTERN Citadel Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Three separate incidents highlight the complex challenges facing modern Turkey.
On a tram returning from the Chora Church, last example remaining of Byzantine mosaic-ed splendour, a Gypsy woman held a twelve month old baby, both wet and shivering, no shoes, etc. A young Turkish woman saw this, engaged with the baby for long enough to see its discomfort, then in ...
... top off to get at the goods. Then the two parts are used for flower pots as they have been fired already. Must be a lot of flower pots around! As the rain subsided we went to the Göreme Open Air Museum - with Christian cave drawing and churches all over. We had read about Aravan as a place to eat in our little village. We had made reservations and we surprised to find we were the only guests. It was a set menu we found and much of the ...
The fifth day of my Istanbul trip was an early start. I took a short 13 minute taxi ride to a little modern café called Ops Café which has modernised traditional Turkish breakfast meals. Their menu features meals like wraps, Turkish rolls, tasting plates and many different meals. Their menu is both delicious and cost effective ...
... people here. We saw a lot of women with burkas here and he said that most of them were Iranian.
Osman took us through the Grand Bazaar, with only 4000 shops. Certainly leaves the QVB for dead! We had to walk in a straight line straight through or Osman warned us we would have been lost in there for a week. It gets up to 400 000 visitors per day (refer back to Stuff and People). 400 000!!! That's the equivalent of the city ...
... Two of the boys ended up going paragliding and said it was amazing. We have decided if there is somewhere else along the way we can do it we will. The next day/our last day we boated around to Samanlik Bay for lunch then onto Fethiye. Where we said goodbye to the amazing crew and set off for Dalaman airport. We flew back to Istanbul so we could get our red eye flight from there to Morocco. The flight left at 2am. So ends our Turkish adventures, stayed tuned for the Moroccan ones to ...