Otantik Club Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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Up at 5:00 to get ready, on the road at 7:15. Spent the morning in the bus (other than toilet and lunch stop), arriving at Pergamon about 14:00. Had a good trip up the side of a mountain (2000 feet up) in a cable car (on way back down it stopped and swayed in the wind). We had a tour through the ruins there - north Aegean region ...
... internet, as it was walking distance to the Blue Mosque and all the good bits. By arriving around lunch, we had the afternoon to do some important admin stuff, like buying a SIM Card for Turkey. We decided to get a local SIM card because the International Card I’d been using in Europe was just too expensive for Data, which is the main reason we want a SIM Card. So for 90 Turkish Lire, I got lots of phone calls and SMS, and 2.25GB of data which will be plenty ...
... money could be invested in other areas. It is tradition that children live at home until married, then live close to both sets of parents so the wider family shares a close association. There are no littering laws in Istanbul, but the streets and businesses are extremely clean. There is an obvious pride in the city and the thriving economy is evident in the standard of housing, the occupancy of buildings and businesses and the ...
... from 7 hrs of riding and hiking, so my couchsurfing hosts were surprised when I left on a night bus to Selcuk that same night. Not wanting me to leave on an empty stomach Fatih made me his college culinary specialty of Pasta w/ ketchup and Mayo which I devoured w/ a great apatite to be polite and because I could have eaten a dead walrus at that point. Not before I was sent of with a special turkish song just for me. ...
... cold cans as a gift and I’m sure he’s currently sitting on the balcony with his wife, enjoying the brew as I’m typing this up, a few rooms down the hall. What a perfect ending to today.
A bit of trivia or little known fact about Turkey: this is where St-Nick was born. That’s right, Santa Claus was Turkish, who would’ve thunked! Not sure why he’d move to the North Pole though, it’s definitely better in ...