Ortakoy Princess Hotel
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... on points. I was to fly Kathmandu to Istanbul to Toronto. Due to a scheduling changed, I was rerouted from Kathmandu to Istanbul to Cairo to Toronto as I was informed by Aeroplan in November. I lined up in the business class line to check-in with Turkish airlines at the airport. There was one customer at the counter and then one in front of me. It took me longer to get through then those waiting in the economy line. The good ...
... mall. These things are relative of course, as even in those areas the place had a real buzz about it. We took the opportunity to indulge in a bit of souvenir shopping, with Brian particularly wanting to replace the excellent shirts he'd bought ten years previously and which were now falling apart. At this stage we should talk about Turkish salesmanship. Within the bazaar, the shopkeepers are all actively spruiking their wares. They try to ...
... visit that city that spans Europe and Asia
and which has over two millennium of history.
Turkey has recently become a major
tourist destination, and Turkish Airlines serves as an ambassador of
good will to visitors by providing a level of service that you don't
see on airlines these days. When we boarded the plane we were greeted
by the flight crew, the cabin crew, and a woman dressed in a snazzy
chef's outfit. I am not sure whether there ...
... with its original golden tripod and bowl (both long missing), it constituted a trophy, or offering, dedicated to Apollo at Delphi. This offering was made in the spring of 478 BC, several ...
... t able to access most of the palace but we could see the treasury, a few museums and the pavilions. The treasury comprised of several rooms of valuable artifacts, gaudy, may be a better word. Subtle was not to ottoman tastes. Most of the items were covered in so much gold and jewels that they looked rather cheap. The nicest part of the treasury were the stained glass windows. Stunning. There was also a clothing display (which ...