Hotel Euro Plaza
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
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... jackets and coats, and he had a sister who can take up Bob's jeans for ten euros (a special deal for me)! Turns out this guy had a customer earlier in the day from Wagga Wagga! Also turns out that the seamstress was a Syrian refugee (at least that's what the leather man told Bob). The Turks have a line for every scenario! Had dinner at the Hatay Restaurant Kebab and Fish House where Turkey's answer to Robbie Williams was the ...
... Bosporus. No commentary from non caring operator was disappointing The famous fish burgers lacked moisture, the mussels were interesting rice filled Got the local opal card for local transport not sure how it works as you only tap on not off Got to a travel agent. Bit the bullet and booked. May be fair may be expensive in a don't care attitude Bad dinner experience with house wine for $9 a glass felt cheated High. Booking ,,boat cruise Low. Attitude of restaurants and ...
... to 5 different bars for a drink. I almost go home with one chick with a mini skirt, but she was being a slut and didn't take the drink I bought her. Whatever. After we drop Salin off, Cem and I go off to Taksim square, witnessing the nightlife here, first hand, is incredible, but all the places we went were sausage fests, hahaha. We ended the night at an amazing soup place. I had lentil soup, I out garlic in my soup and lemon. We were given bread and water. It was a good ...
... around 8-9pm after a late lunch or early dinner, eating our baklava for supper. We even bought some apple tea and had cuppas in the room!
Another day we spent the morning at Topkapi Palace, home of the Sultans for 400 or so years, and housing up to 5000 people at some points. There are hundreds of rooms, only some of which are open to the public. It was actually very OTT and quite extravagant. The kitchens were really interesting, with details of how they cooked for sultans ...
... There were a fare number of tour buses at the various sites but I gather much less than the spring and summer months. We went to a pottery place Venessa Seramik in Avanos. We started by seeing a fellow use a kick wheel where he was turning the potter wheel with his feet - had never seen that before. He made four pieces required for a traditional wine holder with the tube piece being the hardest part - there we lots of oohs and awes ...