BEST WESTERN Sile Gardens
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... breakfast dishes and sweets.
Assk is defiantly a café to look into whilst staying in Istanbul. After my delightful little breakfast I took another taxi ride to the airport to take a short 1 hour and cheap domestic flight to Ankara Esenboga then a 30 minute drive to Saglik – Sen Genel Merkezi, where the ...
... anniversary of the Gezi Park protest, in which citizens gathered to stop the redevelopment of the park into a shopping mall. Officials were very determined to keep protesters out of the Square. The action was scheduled to start at 7 pm, by which time a reported 25,000 police were deployed, along with tear gas and water cannons. Promptly at 7, while people were still just standing about, the police began using the tear gas and water. I watched ...
... places that you turn off and then back track to the exit you wanted. Don't know how anyone could find this hotel, it seemed like a maze with very narrow roadways. You can barely get 1 car down the lane, and they don't go slow. There are either cars on one side and people on the other or parked cars on both sides. Room is nice but small. Don't need a big room although I don't think I have seen a ...
... church right was the priests were about to begin their Vespers services, and we were invited to watch the service. We got to see a Greek Orthodox service performed at the headquarters of the Greek Orthodox Christianity, which is not something that everyone gets to see. The church was amazing and beautiful and the service, although very long and somewhat tiring, was quite intriguing. I enjoyed it a lot and even more than that, I enjoyed the tour of the church after ...
... go to the REAL Hammam, or Turkish bath there.
I slept for 1.5 hrs. When I woke up, I had an email from Mete to meet him between the stones (where I'd met him last time.). The problem was, he said he'd be there waiting at 4 and then at 6pm. Geez,....it hit me that he'd taken the day off to show me around. So,....I jumped up, freshened up quickly, then headed for the stones. He was there.....all smiles. I explained to him that I'd made plans with a ...