Orient Mintur Hotel - Istanbul
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... cases. For example, the overwhelming majority of thyroid growths prior to the accident, and in other parts of the world, are overdiagnosed (that is, a benign growth that will never cause any symptoms, illness, or death for the patient, even if nothing is ever done about the growth) with autopsy studies, again done prior to the accident and in other parts of the world, on people who died from other causes showing that more than one third (33%+), of adults technically has a ...
... one street !
We have had two really good experiences here (among others). On Day 1, I wanted to buy a bottle of water - price was 1 Turkish Lira (1TL). I only had a 10TL note - but the lady said "no problem, pay tomorrow " !! Which I did (actually gave her 2TL for her kindness). 1 TL = 50 cents Australian.
Out today and I bought some razor blades for my shaver. Roz wanted one o those nail clipper things you can carry in your purse. Paid for ...
... breakfast on the way having menemen and an omelette. It was Sues goal to have nothing but Turkish food today. As our breakfast was at a local cafe we decided to skip the tea and coffee there and have a Turkish coffee on the way a little further up. Yes to get anywhere here we need to climb up and over a hill! We chose a little cafe that looked a bit upmarket and were so glad we did. This was the modern take on the Turkish coffee. We were served a Turkish coffee, water, almond liqueur ...
... arrival and replay the safety video when they leave. They also hand biscuits and cakes wrapped in noisy plastic at the bigger stops... sleep is difficult!
Hamam – see my experience above. Was at Camberlitas Hamami, Just outside the Camberlitas tram on the corner. I also heard that www.cagalogluhamami.com.tr
was good. Here they finish the shave my slapping your face with a hot stick to
burn off any last whiskers missed by the blade!
... food!! yeah!
The first day we were there was interesting. We started out getting some food at a local restaurant, then we went to the Turkuazoo. One of the gentleman with us was very excited, because he wanted to be a marine biologist and they had a program where you could swim with sharks. It was a ton of fun getting to watch him do something he really enjoyed (also he is really awkward and has never dove before, so it was kind ...