BEST WESTERN Antea Palace Hotel & Spa
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... has a more Western feel than the Middle Eastern countries I've been through, but a more Eastern feel than the European countries I've visited. The food is good too. J PS - I had anchovies for lunch. i was expecting tiny, salty fish. Instead I got rather large fish with the heads and tails still on. I'm quite proud of myself for cutting those off, removing the spine, and chowing down on what was actually quite a tasty meal. Much better than the ...
... working here both men and women. We had some apple tea once we got to the gallery. Galleries where the government regulates them allow the artists to offer free shipping worldwide to help out the artist community. There is one piece I had my eye on but I have a picture and can order anytime. The rain began so we went for lunch and I had a dish they cook in a clay pot - meat, onion, garlic, peppers. You have to hit the side of the pot to ...
... in the town as comfortable as possible whilst their pleas were being processed.
After spending half a day volunteering I caught a taxi back to the airport and made the flight back to Istanbul then another taxi ride back to my hotel for a quick dinner at the Ace restaurant. Then up to my room to sleep off an exhausting ...
... desexed and are allowed to roam. People don't generally have pets in their homes so these animals are looked after and become sort of community pets. We have noticed that they mostly have tags in their ears, so there must be some sort of official control going on.
Osman explained that 99% of Turks identify as Muslim. In saying that, around 48 % are non practising with only about 8% being very conservative so there is a real ...
... of chandelier type lights and plenty of people praying. It was set at the top of a hill so had great views of old Istanbul. Finally i popped into the spice market; a place where practically any kind of tea and spice are available. My favorites being the pomegranate and lemon teas. I then set off in search of a kebab, found one, thoroughly enjoyed it and then went back to visit all the old sites by night. I was not disappointed, they were just as ...