BEST WESTERN Tashan Business & Airport Hotel
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... to cover your head and legs and shoulders, ma'am. I asked a nice young lady in an 'Ask Me' t-shirt where I could get the cloth for my sinfully bare legs. This obnoxious older man kept jumping in to interrupt and answer my questions so I put my hand up to my face like a blinder while listening to the girl's directions. She laughed. No shoes are allowed either, which is a good thing because of the luxurious carpet! ...
... region are fantastic and their olive oil is rich and delicious much of which is exported to Italy and other countries in the EU.
Today, we took a fantastic bus tour over to the best Turkish rug maker in the city. Located just outside the main square entering into the Grand Bazaar, Matis is considered one of the local experts in rug making and has been owned and operated by the family for centuries. Of course Gerry and I had to ...
... acting as a
blockade against ships who wished to enter. The tower is also the setting of a
number of love stories. Due to this history, there were a lot of couples milling
around and some serious PDA. I guess it must be a romantic first date spot for
locals. There were Gypsy women selling roses to add to the atmosphere too. We
saved our money and spent it on a chicken kebab instead.
We left Asia on the ferry, and headed back to Eminonu. From here we set ...
... blue tiles inside. There were also many large chandelier style lights hanging from the ceiling. We had to cover up with a headscarf, but not the full job like in Iran Next stop was the Topkapi Palace, a residential complex from the Ottoman era, with a waterfront location. The buildings housed a variety of museums - jewellery, Koran, bits of the prophet Mohammed's beard, the staff belonging to Moses, etc. The next place was the Hagia Sophia (variety of spellings ...
... search of food and ended up in a slightly fancier place than our usual fare. We got some really nice dishes though: the house special bean dish, a yogurt dip, cheese and corn hot pot and a chicken grill. We contemplated getting shisha after dinner but decided we'd do it another night and ended up returning to the hostel. Niamh and deejay played around with tattoo designs and we rolled around outside once again. I love you, ...