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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... It is a glamorous lie when contrasted to the homeless community that I now find myself in. No closed doors, no appliances. You can see clear in their domains as they are simply concrete frames with tin roofs, stones placed on top so they don't blow away. I came to a narrow passage and an old woman sitting outside washing her feet. She looked surprised to see me, and not exactly excited. She threw a few Turkish words are me and motioned that I go back the ...
... place, but no spoken english and no english menus. I tried to ask ?s re: the menu and finally decided on something. We got served. But then the server kept bringing more and more food! Turns out I thought I was asking ?s about dishes and he thought I was ordering them! We loved most of the dishes (turkish pizza, bread w/ dips, mevsim salad) and didnt like one of them. Thank goodness Turkish restauants are reasonably ...
Once again, after going to bed at a ridiculously late hour, Natasha and I tore off ourselves from our comfortable beds to board the 7:30am (!) fast ferry to Bursa, the first capital of the Ottoman Empire. The teaching assistant suggested taking the bus, but let's see, 3-4 hour bus ride versus 1.5 hour fast ferry... we chose to take the ferry. With a student discount, it was 15 ytl (adults: 20 ytl) for a nice seat with a table by the window. It was good that I ...
... organizations, at least compared to their feudal and postnational foes. If the Iraqi insurgents defeat the U.S. then every bad guy on earth will study and learn their techniques. The people now running for president will find themselves in bigger heaps of trouble than the current one now is - trouble that this presidential campaign hasn't even dealt with.
Not a lot to quote, except for the concluding paragraph. But I have read it in the day after a trip walking ...
... Into the office. In a corner of the front of the not very large or too busy office was a security man and a fellow at a computer. At our soon turn the security guy xeroxed my passport. Did I have the rental contract. No; I'm signing that tomorrow. What was the address? Fortunately, the day before I had seen a map on a large street board telling of the restoration of the Green Mausoleum near my house, and had taken the street name, and before the house number, ...