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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
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... the spice Bazaar. Nice it isn’t so crowded. The shopkeepers are more laid back today as well. I guess they experience the Monday blahs as well! The space is somewhat confining even though it is so vast. The spaces are small, the aisles tight (the bazaar is laid out in a grid) – the north south aisles are wider than the east west aisles. There is so much cigarette smoke (they haven’t discovered ...
... decorative costumes, lights, and a live band. The last night at dinner we had a private room overlooking the Bosporus Sea and we had a live musical performance. Then a belly dancer enter and she worked each and every person in the our class for tips. She was not afraid to get close to the students and faculty members and while most of it was so funny tears were streaming down my face, sometimes it did get a little questionable. For example, one of my teachers is ...
... to scream. If they felt I didn't see something, they should calmly tell me from which direction something is coming to crush us, instead of yelling "DUDE, DUDE!" or the utterly useless "AHHhhhhh!" By far the craziest driver we saw, who almost hit us at least three times, was a cop car. Once out of the city, the roads were well kept and lightly populated.
... in to a Dan Brown novel. Multiple columns with were all around with fish swimming among their bases. Very creepy and damp feeling - perfect for the halloween period.
We stopped for a late lunch/dinner and had a good feed. As we left one of the workers stopped to talk to us and when he found out we were Canadian listed off Leonard Cohen as a musician he liked and that the ladies loved. He then look at our dear Caleb and held ...
... and we pull onto a car park in between two of the lakes where there is a campsite,with modern toilets and a cafe, part of the car park us flooded, we parked on the dry side. There are a handful of tents pitched in amongst the trees and quite a few photographers walking around with large cameras and tripods. The lakes look beautiful in the evening sun, the trees are reflecting mirror like, on the still water, we need to get some photos too! ...