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... man, with a horrific cold.Perfect. 8 hours of a crying baby and a coughing, sniffling man. It was about 7 hours and 58 minuets too long of a flight. I couldn't wait to get off. I was beyond relieved to finally land in Amsterdam, where I had a little over an hour of a layover. Finally reaching my final destination in Istanbul Turkey. I picked up my rental car so I can travel the country as I please. I only payed $26 dollars a day, for the whole trip it is only costing me ...
direction. Eventually we asked him and he said he was taking us to the ‘big’
bus. With several other people we eventually left and got to the Kayseri
Airport around 10.45 am. After checking in we were waiting and then we heard a security
alert asking us to leave the airport. Mild panic but then it was just a false
alarm/drill. Funny, ha ha!! Our departure was delayed and then our arrival was
... for the tip. We park up the the help of an attendant, who stands right behind Dream Catcher shouting in Turkish, neither Les or I could see him, I hope we don't knock him over the edge. After a pint of squash we walk into the city, it's not far about 5 mins, it's very busy with tourists, we decide to just walk about, it's too late to visit anywhere. After an hour or two we head back to ...
... of chic peas and rice and the best chicken anywhere. They dish it up on paper plates, serve it with hot peppers, a splash of ketchup, and a local white yogurt drink, Ayran, for $3. We sat on short plastic stools on a slab of concrete with about a dozen cats, and got seconds.
Istanbul is a city where you could spend weeks and weeks and always find new places to explore. We loved roaming around, even though it was 97* degrees, so we ate ...
Instead of having a week-long break in November as was traditional, our school decided to have the holiday over the Christmas week this year. It presented us with the perfect opportunity to show Ma and Pa Parsons how Europe does Christmas, so the four of us kept in touch over the autumn months and discussed a few different options.
After considering places like Austria, Switzerland, and Germany, we settled on a slower-paced visit to Prague and Budapest. It ...