Hotel Grand Star
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On s'est doutait un peu, mais on osait pas y penser...
Le bus qui nous a conduits à Istanbul était un des plus luxeux jamais pris....oubliez les trappes des bus serbes qui ne ferment pas, les odeurs des dolmus...ce jour la, on monte pour 9h dans un bus, qui se ressemble plus a un avion discotheque.
C'est en fait la règle ici, les bus qui traversent le pays sont des vrais moyens de transport avec wifi gratuit, stewart, mini repas servis, etc. Nous nous ...
... s friend offered to forward our CVs along to the English and Human Resources departments -- and it worked! Shortly after, we got an email saying that they'd like to meet with us regarding our applications.
Konrad was scheduled for his interview first, so he had to test run the untraveled route to the school on his own. As you may well know, Istanbul is gigantic -- a city of over 15 million people inevitably is. We live in what I consider the center, ...
... up on the early side of things that morning. We had a full day planned: we would take the ferry down the Bosphorus to the Prince's Islands, where we stop at the 2 furthest of the inhabited islands (there are 4 inhabited, and 9 total) and then head back. Getting to Heybeliada, our first stop, took about an hour and a half on the ferry. Though we had to sit in an enclosed upper deck (we got there a tad late), we got a window seat and were able to see some magnificent views of both ...
... iz centra Istanbula vsega 15 min trajekta oz 2 turški liri (slab euro). Utrip tam čez je malo bolj umirjen, turistov pa bistveno manj. Nič čudnega, če pa (tako kot midva) najbrž večina tam ostane le kako uro, dve:-)
Jetlag po vrnitvi nazaj v Evropo sva uspešno premagala in prekinila tradicijo kebaba na vogalu ter dan zaključila z burekom na drugem vogalu:-) Ayran (slan jogurt, razredčen z ...
... and we boarded our bus, realizing after we were well on the bus that it was the wrong one. So out we went again and onto the next bus, this one looking much more familiar. Over an hour after we crossed into No Man’s Land, our bus of five people finally entered Turkey.
I slept soundly again until we emerged at our final destination just after 5am, an industrial bus stop far from any source of life. Tempted as we were to say "Screw it" ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services