Hotel Euro Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... of shops, bought groceries then went back to our hotel to cook pasta and meat sauce. We could not believe how inexpensive Istanbul appeared.
After supper KC went looking for fresh milk as our first attempt to pick out milk produced buttermilk. He was gone for what seamed like an eternity, There were markets on every corner, we could not imagine what was taking so long. Upon his arrival, his absence was clearly evident as he was sporting a short haircut. ...
... sat high in a large stadium, they are obviously settling in for a free match, three young boys were selling tea and chocolate bars to these supporters, probably with less mark up than on the stadium. We dropped Logan off and went for a look at the Sunday market on the next street down from ours. There is an array of fruit and vegetable stalls, we buy a few items and then explore the rest if the stalls, this is ...
... and his daughter had a volleyball tournament that evening, so Cem had to dine with us alone. We eat at Bebek Balikci, a high-end seafood restaurant in Bebek, and the food was outstanding. We had a great conversation with Cem and gained some interesting insights on Turkey as well as doing business in that part of the world. Fascinating.
On our last full day in Istanbul, we woke up to see the Celebrity Constellation docked in the bay right below our ...
We were finally able to upload and transfer the bungy jump pics, so here they are. I still can't believe I did that, but glad I did. It's been a long trip to Cambodia. First a 12 hour flight from Cape Town to Istanbul, Turkey (Constantinople). Then a 14 hour layover in Istanbul, which was terrific. Turkish Airways gave us a choice of a free hotel room for the layover, or a sightseeing tour with breakfast and lunch. We did the tour. ...
... then headed back to the hotel to pick up the car papers and on the way I took a shot of these two guys moving stuff - actually one is having a smoke (as do a lot of people here!). The centre of Istanbul is either pedestrianized or just really narrow streets and there a lots of these guys moving huge loads on market trolleys. Very sensible really.
We were picked up around 13.00 by our car agent and set off ...