Comfort Inn Plymouth
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... airport to find our next gate. The airport is SO big and filled with such different and neat stores/restaurants. Once we got to our gate, G2, we were shocked. There was an iPad for every chair in the restaurants and also tables set up in the waiting area with an iPad for every chair there too for anyone to use completely free!!! If you were to find a seat to wait for the plane basically it was at a table and if you wanted to talk with your travelling partner you would ...
... shopping mall in Gezi Park, near Taksim Square. Initially, the construction was contested by 50 environmentalists interested in preserving the nature of Gezi. However, the situation exploded into something much more intense when Istanbul police answered the protests with tear gas, water cannons, and the burning of protester's tents.
Needless to say, many citizens of Istanbul were outraged by the immediate reaction of brutality ...
... heard some great “Jazz Manouche”, or Gypsy Jazz – this was especially fun after visiting a temporary exhibit earlier in the day about the life and career of Django Reinhardt, a guitar great who played that style. The music was a wonderful end to our trip. I put a few ...
... for those of you who may not be so familiar with my trip here is a brief overview of my first few weeks-
July 28: Depart Minneapolis (layovers in Huston and Tokyo)
July 29: Arrive in Hong Kong at night (meet up with Tom)
Aug 1: Depart Hong Kong and arrive in Manila
Aug 3: Depart Manila and arrive in Boracay
Aug 7: Depart Boracay (and leave Tom) and arrive in Bangkok where I will be living
... li>Running On Empty (w/ Tim Mcgraw) Post gaming at O'Donovan's. A short hotel room party to close the late night/early morning hours and we drift to ...