The Central Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... stage?) and we were fortunate to have seats directly across the room from the orchestra space so we could watch the musicians. Prior to the show, a few guys came out and played the traditional instruments. I could have sat and watched them for hours! The music was gorgeous and the instruments were so different. They played just a couple of songs and then left. Before long, a young guy in a black robe came out with some rugs. He placed them on the floor very carefully, bowing while ...
I have arrived! There may have been a few times in transit when I muttered "why the heck do I put myself through this" - the seats are too small, there is no legroom, your neighbour snores, the person in the seat in front has the seat laid back and in your face, headphones only work in one ear, .... you know.... usual long haul niggles. But then the plane lands, all of the above ...
... doors that lock you in between them since they open one at a time, and then I started to look for the place to get a ticket. There was a nice old woman who showed me the way but couldn't translate the different options for the different tickets. I went with the standard looking envelope button as opposed to the one that looked like it was flying or the one that looked like a euro. I ended up being P012 and they were on P002 on the board, along ...
... us to charge the phones. The weather was awful all the way and the temperature dropped from 18 Dec C to 10 Deg C. by the time we got to Istanbul. In the early part of the ride we managed to see the great scenery of Turkey, the vast plateaus and the varying mountain ranges. The only comic relief came from a middle aged American couple who were on the first shuttle bus to Denizli. They ignored the advice of the booking agent ...
We woke up early this morning so we could see the passage through the Dardanelles straight. It was a beautiful clear crisp morning as we sailed by the town of Gallipoli. We did not pass Anzac Cove as it is on the other side of the Gallipoli peninsula. The countryside looked beautiful and we could see the hills that the Anzacs tried to capture on the first day of the landing. There were lots of Aussies and Kiwis lining the deck ...