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... sold for a mere three Turkish Dinars (80p).
- And finally, our last day was spent going to the famous Taksim Square. Quite a trek to reach this, back across the Galata Bridge, then a very steep climb before reaching an extensive shopping street was an unforgettable experience as we couldn’t believe just how many people - think Regent Street in the lead up to Christmas - were lining the streets. We suddenly spotted a group of ...
... very steep, poor bike not coping, engine temperature exceeding 50 degrees, oh no, smoke pouring out everywhere, best stop I said. Pulled onto causeway and we jumped off, certain it was going to set on fire, so did all the crowds who gave us a very wide berth. When we cooled we risked getting back on and found our hotel Poor Brian, very stressed Started engine up next morning, omg sounded like a bag of rusty nails. Checked oil, er empty ...
... well it doesn't actually say that but it should. Breakfast dealt with, cases packed and bill paid we drive over to Cartier on Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills to a pre-arranged meeting to get Sarah's watch bracelet repaired. Repair completed and we have a few hours to spare before meeting Lawrence's assistant, Nelly to hand over the Range Rover. In truth we really needed another week at the very least in Southern California because everywhere is so nice and loads of places to ...
... awesome hammocks and outdoor lounges that we made good use of every afternoon. We managed a few decent afternoon naps. The other day we had in Olympus we spent walking out to see the Chimera Flames. It was about 8km round trip walking and saved us about £15 each. They had night tours running every night but we were to keen on it and when we got out there we discovered it wouldn't have been worth the money and were happy we did it ourselves. The flames are meant to be ...
... and was perfectly prepared, served and presented. Jumping forward we had the same experience on the return flight five days hence. In all we give Turkish Airlines a Five Star tick of approval.
Istanbul's Ataturk International Airport, one of two airports in Istanbul, was surprisingly large, incredibly busy, modern and efficient. We had read on Trip Advisor reports of chaos, long lines, delays and ...