Eser Premium Hotel & Spa
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... for the family in the future. Took a cab to Taksim Square as a great shopping strip but were confronted with Riot Police with tear gas, weapons at the ready expecting trouble due to the upcoming Elections, Turkish protesting against the possible entry into Turkish Parliament, representation of the Syrian Kurds in the HCP Party, this has never happened before. They require 10% of the vote for this to happen ...
... all even when I am so far away.
This past weekend we spent the weekend in Antalya, a beautiful resort town on the Mediterranean. Oh my it was heaven on earth. We were in the Old Town where very few cars are allowed so it was full of beauty and charm, dreamy, romantic and without worrying about getting run down. The flowers were spectacular. They were colorful, plentiful and beautiful. And oh the mountains were breathtaking against the aqua blue of ...
... picnic blankets to camp out on this spot, but obviously Abdul was a 5 Star kind of guy. The palace was used in the James Bond film “The World is Not Enough” as a mansion in Baku belonging to the daughter of a rich oil baron. <b>Kuleli Military High School</b> A little further down river is the Kuleli Military High School, which I assumed was a high-level government building. My subsequent research tells me that the building was originally the ...
... time. And while in the car ride, we came up to a HUGE bridge. A beautiful bridge, but also the bridge that brought us BACK into Europe… What?! Here is where the confusion sets in. I thought Turkey was in Asia. Well most of Turkey IS in Asia, but apparently part of Istanbul is in Europe! Plan foiled for saying I went to Asia! Well, technically I landed in Asia, but that like saying Ive been to Iceland but really I was just in the airport...
After our ...
... had only been told 45 minutes before that she had a tour today !! Any way, it all worked out OK and Kiv Orzova proved to be a professional guide who knew her city well.
The intention was to start at the Blue Mosque but the line up at that hour of the day meant we would have been standing in line for more than an hour so we moved onto the area known as the Hippodrome where the Romans used to have chariot races followed by the Topaki Palace. Unfortunately, ...