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Travel Blogs from Istanbul
... comments on his hat plus one man wanted to buy his hat if he would buy a carpet.
We met Derek, Ros and Amber after they had finished in the Hagia Sofia and wandered slowly (it was hot) back the same way checking out the lunch places. We by-passed the places in the alleys with white table cloths, even though the prices were very reasonable, and found a place with battered wooden tables on a busier street corner. A young teenage boy served us and ran up the street ...
We had breakfast in the dorm and then headed out for the day's activities. Our driver, Mustafa, is a master negotiating the streets of the city. The first stop today is at the Zaman Newspaper, Turkey's largest daily. One of their PR reps took us on a tour of the building. We saw the printing presses, news rooms, and even their TV station. Next we were off to the Kariye Museum in the old city. Very narrow and winding city streets. ...
... and eclectic. No stereotype or generic code can define or limit these people to description. We sat on the Bosphorus Sea for quite sometime after, just Fay and I, as boats and ferries shuttled by along with passerbys. We eventually jumped on one to go to Kardikoy to meet Zenyel and Mehtap for an authentic Turkish dinner with a delicious baklava and tea! They are the most ...
... bag without even so much as a complaint. From sorrento we had a great view of the epic volcano 'Mount Vesuvius' which is the one that petrified Pompeii. We were going to check out Pompeii but on our last day there it was cold wet and miserable and we had our second last night in amalfi booked at a pretty sweet motel, and didn't want to miss out checking that out in the day light. Call us mad for missing Pompeii, but we might get to go back some day, if not ...
... a sarcastic wit to rival my own. We spoke the same language of innuendoes and pseudo philosophical ramblings. He was one of those extremely intellectual individuals that gets frustrated frequently by a world that struggles to keep up with him. In need of constant stimulus he had found a fast friend in Danny. Raised in Lebanon and currently finishing his masters in clinical analysis in psychology at NYU, Danny seemed to be in a constant state of jet ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool