Eser Premium Hotel & Spa
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... has a child who is luckily fast asleep. Once we have a cab, we all pile into the car. Lucky for me, I land in the middle of the back seat. Ugh! I spend the next hour crammed between two and a half people who don't really speak English.
As we are driving, we run into traffic. Typical. Yet another reason why I hate cabs because if I had been on the bus, my fare would have stayed the same regardless of how many other people were on the road driving at ...
... rolling the case behind us and of course found ourselves a bit lost. Luckily we could see the water every once in a while so we know generally where we were but the twisty roads in the area just kept tricking us. We'd think we were heading the right direction and then the road would make a right turn and we were off track again. Eventually we got to the hotel and had an hour or so to rest before going back out.
One of the first things we did when we arrived at our hotel ...
... and a new city and country is ready to explore and you remember the thrill of sights yet unseen and the mysteries listed in Lonely Planet waiting to be discovered.
I got away to a lazy start here though! Huge deep bath awaited me and a comfy bed so priority was to look after me - enjoy the luxuries provided with this style of travel and make the most of a quiet space before my ...
... It is difficult to concentrate on the divine when you are staring at the shapely butt of some young doe eyed eastern goddess as she genuflects in front of you!! I wanted to talk to a real life Muslim but couldn't find any one when we visited - i will keep looking - there are a whole bunch of questions i have about Islam. Lets hope they all have an open and accepting mind as the posters in this mosque say they do!!
This concluded our first couple of days ...
... in front of which Rafik Hariri was assassinated by a car bomb in 2005. With sounds from the 2007 Israeli intervention in Lebanon.
- "Meydanin bellegi" (Memory of a Square) by Gulsun Karamustafa, whose work was featured at SALT later on. Real footage of an unnamed square in Istanbul that included the opening of a monument in 1930, a demonstration against Greek/Armenian/Jewish minorities, a ...