Romantic Hotel Istanbul
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... this entry, apart from just recording what happened today. Ok, let me think about that. One, and a very obvious one is that it was another first for me - sharing a room with a stranger. Thankfully, it turned out to be a good experience, but she warned that some experiences can be really bad. Another one is, that I really opened to this person and she opened up to me. I had been told before the travel that you should not trust someone very quickly. But I don't think ...
... back to the ship, when payment was due. There are six very unhappy people tonight that have the same surname of the American couple. The American did try to clarify his name at the beginning, Jed was not Jeff etc, he was told O.K. Opps. Time to sleep it has been a long day the sun has set and Germany has won the soccer. TdF starts tomorrow and 10 AM, that's AM not PM ha! Tomorrow is a tender port at Mytilene, Nisos Lesbos. Good ...
... I had arrived. I tried to lay low and find some breakfast first. From the things I heard it seemed like a hard road ahead so I tried to pace myself. The plane ride over was very entertaining. I felt sorry for the staff and other passengers who had to endure 100 people all drinking and cheering through out the plane. Halfway through the flight we drunk the plane dry and had to start drinking the duty free people had brought. Again don't think the plane staff were too happy. We arrived ...
... A whole swag of chat up lines get thrown at you and very quickly the all appear just the same sort of shops. Sadly we didn't have the $6,500 they would like us to have spent on a large rug (postage inc. of course), they were beautiful that's for sure and some of the lights would have looked amazing in my garden but too heavy..... Prices were aimed at tourists and it was knock off city, there were however ...
... all the skin they removed! The following morning we ventured not to far from our hotels to the best preserved ancient town in Turkey, Ephesus. Here the structures were intact and you could walk through and admire the architecture of a town from thousands of years before that had survived empires, wars and earthquakes. We then headed to a canyon where we "white water tubed"down a river in sub zero water temperatures, ( the water was running off snow capped mountains) to ...