BEST WESTERN Premier Regency Suites & Spa
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... have fabulous views of the Blue Mosque and Hagia Sophia (and of course the cacophony of the Allah alarm call at 5.30am) for one night only but were then brought down to earth with a bump by being demoted to a first floor pokey room which had no view except for the wall of the hotel opposite. Also to tease us further we were right opposite the prestigious Four Seasons Hotel which I looked at longingly each day as we walked ...
... items versions. The wholesome foods pyramid is a huge basic meals principle for generations, recommending we eat largely whole grains, cereal products, a loaf of bread and pasta, even though restricting saturated fats and health proteins. The dairy board has drummed into us the necessity of every day ingestion of whole milk and cheddar cheese. We have now been advised over and over grain and dairy products are a great method to obtain nutrients and without these food groups our ...
... a digital camera (Sony RX 10). I will share with you some images from this camera and my iPhone of the landscapes and its peoples over the coming weeks. Getting through Istanbul's airport and customs etc was a breeze, amazingly stress free for a city of over 14 million. I hired a porter to help me round up my checked bags and my bike box. Going through custom consisted of walking past some ...
... and where very nice too!
After the ferry I had a 15 minute ride to the hotel where I met a mate Jeff Salt, he had flown in that afternoon.
Unloaded the bike, grabbed a shower then wandered around the outside of the Blue Mosque & Hagia Sofia.
Did a bit of the Grand bazaar as well, only two things to say about that, it's huge and full of snide tat...I bought loads!!!
... but apprehended downstairs for the jewelery...not good.. Off to the Grand Bazaar..WELL.. amazed and overwhelmed,so much in one place,nothing really we would buy,but loved their pretty lights with all sorts of patterned glass...so very attractive ,,antique bits around them,scarves and pashminas abound..packed with sooo many people,lots of Arab Iranian's visit,just a little uncomfortable after what happened in Israel..I said to Sam ,stick to the Arabs,in Burka's,they don't blow up ...