BEST WESTERN Tashan Business & Airport Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... though his English was not that amazing. I found the same when I was lost trying to come back to Sisli in the evening when everything was dark. I asked several people and I never felt worried that they would make any attempt at doing me wrong. They almost all had as horrible sense of direction as I do of reading maps (which is why I was lost in the first place). Three different people told me I was in three different spots on my map. Even when I was losing my wits and ...
... found it. Wow - it was truly beautiful. This Ottoman Mosque took 8 years to build in the 1500's and is the largest in Istanbul. I spent a bit of time in there, soaking up the peacefulness. By 4pm I was pretty tired as I had been walking since 9am with a brief lunch stop, but I made it to the tour along with some nice people from Dublin and the US (the Dubliners came to Istanbul for the weekend....how lucky are they!). The tour took 3 hours from 4pm to 7pm and ...
... warned Donna, my wife that I lost 8% of my body weight, and I was already leaner than I had been in over 10 years. The last time I weighed in at 148 lbs I was in my 30's and building a house while working my day job. Not everyone lost a lot of weight though. Some of the ardent cyclists came into the expedition cycling-fit.
Montreal Sylvie is an anesthesiologist. She needed a mental break she said, and that now she's ready and keen to return. ...
... br> It was still raining when it was time to leave for the airport. We had an eight minute walk to the metro and were please with our decision as we looked out the window and saw traffic on the expressway at a standstill. 40 minutes after stepping out of our hotel, we were in the security queue at Ataturk Airport on our way to Morocco.
We’ll write the next chapter of our story on our Morocco blog.
... moment we hit the traditional bazaars. The stalls were overflowing with goods, from kitchenware to spices, toys to lighting, and the lanes crammed with people. We made up our own route, and soon found ourselves getting deeper and deeper into the slum area unable to find our way out. The streets here were covered in muddy slosh, rubble, rubbish and apathetic looking families; the only pleasantry was seeing filthy innocent kids battle with sticks and laughter. It ...