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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... road sign where the tolls aretaken automatically, we showed her the sign and she sorted it out with thecashier, we topped up another 50TL. At a town further on Doris got confused asthere was a new road that she didn’t recognise, eventually she managed to findus and guided us to where we wanted to be. As we approached our destination we started to look for a place to stay. We turned at a small road that had a hand painted sign for ...
... Mosque,the clock tower, Beylerbey Palace, Taskim Square, the Byzantine Wall, we drove over the Bosphorus Bridge which links Asia & Europe. We got off the bus at the Hard Rock Cafe as Ian collects their guitar souvenirs, then we walked through some of the alleys with lots of market style shops selling fruit,nuts,spices and the favourite Turkish delight. We boarded ...
... display, very upmarket waterside restaurants and hotels. There was also a private island for the jet setters (looks like a large cruise liner and functions as a health club).
Other cruise highlights included the so-called Maiden's Tower (dating back to Byzantine times) and the Rumeli fortress built by the Ottomans as part of their strategy to capture Constantinople.
... at 11.40pm to Denizli, south west of Istanbul. Im loving the food so far - turkish delight on the plane and then Aryan (a cold yoghurt drink) for just 1.75TL (turkish lira). The exchange rate is about 3.3TL to every £1. The domestic terminal provides my first squatting experience since embarking on our O.E and we discuss strategies to "hit the bulls-eye" - haha.
Finally in Denizli at 1am we jump on the BAYTUR bus for 15TL and drive to Pamukkale, about ...
... bound passenger, a young lady. Did this train go to the north or south airport? It was the latter. This was not good news for me because I needed the north but the consolation was, there was a free connecting train between airports.
Thankfully, the train arrived as promised and my journey could continue almost as planned. It took only about twenty minutes to get to Gatwick South, then I had to find the connecting train, which turned out to be one of those unmanned shuttles. ...