Emine Sultan Hotel
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... jokingly asked us to sit right out the front on the street in hope that we would bring more customers in for them as it was really quiet. I jokingly responded with some kind of deal, free food and we will sit and advertise their restaurant for them. They agreed! Haha! And brought us a plate of appetisers. We began then talking with all the staff at the restaurant and they liked our sense of humours. We had a cocktail and ate dinner there, the guys gave us a free drink and ...
The flight to Istanbul was delayed about an hour. Arriving in Istanbul, we couldn't believe how big and busy the airport was. Getting through border control was the most hectic I have seen...worse than Heathrow or LA. We had arranged to be met at the airport for transport to the hotel but the throng of people holding up name cards was overwhelming and it took about 4 passes before we could ...
... this was the idea?!). She threw yet another bucket of water over me, and then scrubbed me all over with a rough cloth. After this, she made me sit up on the side and surprised me by pouring another bucket of water over me, this time over my head!! I can't even begin to imagine how ridiculous I must have looked with my hair all over my face and mascara running down my cheeks (the term drowned rat comes to mind)! Anyway after that, I lay down again and she ...
I've been up since 3 am... chalk it up to jet lag and a mosquito, or rather 3 of those blood-sucking little creeps... so pardon any errors or general non-sense-making in this blog. We were up early on Thursday to avoid the line-ups at Topkapi Palace. It was a good plan... believe me! Mehmet the Conqueror started construction of the palace sometime after 1453 and it was later used by subsequent sultans until the 19th century. The Palace is a good ...