Beymarmara Suite Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... and soft red carpet. It was a different experience and culture for sure. We then decided to take the rest of the big red bus tour. While on the tour we crossed a famous bridge that divides Turkey into Europe and Asia. I can now say I have officially been to Asia!!! We stopped for a little while in Taoism Square, a popular shopping area for locals. We ended our bus tour back by the Blue Masque and had a light dinner at an outdoor cafe. We ...
... of older Greek people at the front of the stage and a couple of the old guys were very into the belly dancing. She got a group of the boys up from our group, Si included, and did a funny dance with them ( I managed to record the whole thing). Afterwards a man sang for the rest of the evening and we danced a bit (after unlimited alcohol some people were well on their way). The bus took us to a club after and they were playing music we would listen to back home so ...
... was much more what I had imagined of bars in Istanbul. It was a much more interesting place, there was a live band, playing Spanish music and the bar had housed protesters when the protests had taken place in Taksim square. Just as importantly, the drinks were much more reasonable! We stayed there until it closed at about 2 am. When I got back to the hostel, I was challenged to a re-match by the guy in the hostel and we sat up playing pro-evo until about 4 am.
... We thought he was invincible because we’d thrown him all around Istanbul, but this time he landed between train tracks, and we weren’t able to get him. We were optimistic that he would somehow end up in someone else’s possession though. Goodbye loyal and trusted bouncy ball!
We trammed back to the Egyptian spice market so Graham could buy some gifts for people at home, and then took a ferry across the Bosporus. As dusk fell, the ...