Istanbul Marriott Hotel Asia
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... better soccer team. They certainly did not agree. I talked to the woman from Canada about education and special education in Canada snd the U.S. Back at the hotel we had a conversation with a woman of Indian heritage who grew up in Dubai and now lives in Melbourne. We met a couple from Australia who were here with their son and family who live in Dubai. We also met a family from Jerusalem and a young family from Switzerland. ...
... downside is the dualing calls to prayer from the two mosques! We are sacrificing two hours sleep in the morning when the chant wakes us at 5.30! But mostly I am sacrificing my body to the many interesting, varied and exotic food experiences! Michel organised a walking cultural food tour for us...It was a full day and taken by a vibrant and enthusiastic guide by the name of Gonja...when she met us and said "you look hungry" we knew we were ...
... which was sad because the city bus was nice and luxurious, whereas our new mini bus was run of the mill. We have a new driver as well.
We liked our guide on sight - Devrim, a young Turkish woman is highly educated with a doctorate and degrees in two countries. She has had 18 years experience in tourism and has a wonderful way of explaining all the history and social aspects of her country, which she clearly loves. Devrim takes us ...
... was asleep. Except me. I took lots of pictures and videos so they could see what they missed, ha ha.
After the ferry ride, the boys woke up and seemed to have gotten their second wind. So we thought we'd grab something to eat and then used the IstanbulKart to take the tram from Eminou to Gulhane. Zane was absolutely enthralled. He loves loves loves trains and this for him, was the highlight of the day. We then walked to the hotel, crawled into bed and called it a day.
... down before reaching a few feet. Eerie. We also saw a countless number of gravesites, some which belonged to men of just 17 and one that belonged to the famous Simpson, from the well-known tale of him and his donkey.
Another four hours back on the bus and we were in Istanbul once again. The pub had a very well organised round of two-up on and we had a much-needed early evening. On Saturday, we spent almost all of the day on a ...