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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to look at the menu. I ordered the cheapest beer at 10 TL (AUD$5) for me. Pudd wasn't inclined to order his usual, scotch and coke as the scotch by itself was AUD$15. Ridiculous. So, he orders just a plane Coke. He gets a small can of Coke, smaller than our usual regular size, and is charged 10 TL, the same as my beer - that is AUD$5 for about 300ml of Coke. This is standard. It seems everything is very expensive. I think it is the area we are in - tourist central. But when you ...
We have a full day ahead of us, most of our contiki are doing this tour so we get a bus and guide to ours selves aside from the old Brazilian couple who have limited English and clearly get on the wrong bus. Our first stop is the Topkapi Palace, it used to be home to one of the sultans but now is a museum that houses historic jewellery, weapons and more. We spend quite along time here, probably more than necessary but it's not too bad, next ...
... i came, but you can get one at the airport. Once that was all done i went to baggage collection and had to wait another 30 minutes for the luggage to come out. Once I had my luggage i walked to the metro, got a ticket/ token and caught the metro. I caught the metro to the tram stop and then had to get another ticket to ride the tram to where i needed to go. I had to go one stop further then sultanhamet – the tourist section. Then ...
... rolled out a bunch of rugs so that we could see a variety of patterns and types of materials. I would have loved to buy one but the least expensive ones were thousands of dollars. Maybe I'll pick one up next time I come to Istanbul. After that we went to the grand Bazaar. In case you didn't know this is an indoor market from 1600 AD that has 64 streets and thousands of little shops. Everything is relatively inexpensive and haggling is allowed. I knocked out a ton of my gifts ...
Our trip to Cappadocia (Kapadokya in Turkish) consisted of another night bus, to central Turkey. The ride was almost 12 hours, but totally worth it for the price. We arrived early in the morning last Friday, and I was immediately impressed by the landscape. Imagine a mixture of Mars, the Badlands of South Dakota, and giant penis-shaped rocks (the latter most being formed naturally by volcanic erosion and not some misguided stone mason, ...