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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... mosque - each leaving something very special in the building. Just back thus evening from a local restaurant and yet another superb Turkish meal. There was also a wonderful view of the Bosphorus - a splendid light show on one of the bridges was a highlight. Going to bed totally sated! Notice board tomorrow emphasise breakfast, lunch and dinner - did not realise I was on an eating tour of ...
... was asleep. Except me. I took lots of pictures and videos so they could see what they missed, ha ha.
After the ferry ride, the boys woke up and seemed to have gotten their second wind. So we thought we'd grab something to eat and then used the IstanbulKart to take the tram from Eminou to Gulhane. Zane was absolutely enthralled. He loves loves loves trains and this for him, was the highlight of the day. We then walked to the hotel, crawled into bed and called it a day.
... and so we skipped the long queue and were out and about in less than an hour (instead of 2-3!). We arranged with our hotel to be picked up and it took us about 10 min to find our names on the many many cards that the men were holding. I felt like I was on display, like a dog..walking back and forth, with them calling at me to look at the names on their cards. Too funny. We made it to where we would call home for the next 2days. It was in ...
... toe at the mere thought of it. And so you probably should. Looking only at facts, there is nothing more horrifying to most than sleeping on a top bunk, sharing a bathroom, listening to strange noises in the middle of the night, having to dress clumsily in the dark when getting in late, and let us not even look at those sheets... Nightly my arms take turns falling completely asleep within a matter of minutes due to the firmness of the plank I am sleeping on, I often ...
... cars and two burned out municipal busses. Gezi Park was filled with young people and tents. There were numerous volunteers walking around cleaning up the park and distributing free food to anyone in need or just plain everyone (we were offered food by a number of people). The mood was quite festive and peaceful. We stayed for a couple of hours just taking it all in.
We returned a week later after some further ...