Hotel Grand Star
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... the same as at Starbucks. It was nice to sit and reflect for a bit before heading off to the ferry dock. Found the commuter ferry to Kadikoy very easily on the Karakoy side. Ride took 20 mins and was breezy and pleasant. I'm going to miss this weather when I get back to miserably cold Toronto.
... much as Sarah was still sick - and we managed to find ourselves in the Egyptian spice market! We honestly don't know how we managed this as it was certainly not our intention, in fact Sarah had to ask around to confirm where we actually were! But, again, this was certainly on our to do list so we were not complaining:) Walking around, it had the same feel as the Grand Bazaar, however the smell was intoxicating!! Every spice and tea ...
... This was going to be good. Thinking of this and walking out of the mosque and towards my next stop, I suddenly heard it. Not in my ears, not in the air around me, deep down in my memory, in my heart, in my soul, in the existence of my childhood. It had been a decade since I had heard it's echoes. Then all of a sudden, it crept on me out of nowhere. A complete surprise. How had I not expected this. How had I not anticipated it?!?!The Athan or ...
... in line about half an hour to check in, only to be told that I was at the '4 star' hotel and that I had booked the '5 star' hotel. So, I left and walked the 100 or so metres to get to the classy joint. Thank goodness I was able to check in immediately. So, I was in the room at around 7.30pm, some two and a bit hours after I had landed. So much for a close, convenient hotel. ...
... social butterfly.... He was along for the ride. There is a dog that stays in my neighborhood, I think I shall call him Chach. If you make eye contact with him he will approach you and wag his tail. If you don't make eye contact with him he will leave you alone. A few days ago I decided to be brave and put my hand out. He ducked down, nuzzled up to my hand and wagged his tail. We had a connection. I scratched him behind his ears for a few minutes before I ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility