Pera Palace Hotel, Jumeirah
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... the beaten track and see a more or less authentic version of the historic market. Brian loves the authentic Turkish delight, despite having almost made himself sick from it on our previous visit, and there were certainly plenty of varieties to choose from. Mary meanwhile was tempted by the huge array of spices. It's hard to imagine that these tonnes of spices can actually all be consumed. Coming from Australia we find it hard to get used to the sheer mass of ...
... 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 ...
... the convenience of water travel. Many of these places are right on the water front. A prelude to your cruise.
After the boat ride we take a bus to our ship and begin the embarkation procedures. Not the most elegant of the ships that service this area we are reminded that it is the transportation needed to see the promised ruins of Turkey and Greece.
The ship sailed in the evening for a day and half journey through the Dardanelles to the Island of Kusadasi just off the coast of ...
... on a calculator that resembled an abacus. ‘Ok, so let me see hmm hmm hmm, OK. I can do this rug for you, two thousand one hundred US dollars.’
I couldn’t help let a small burst of laughter leave my lips as I listened to this outrageous figure, and made it clear I wouldn’t be paying anything like that. We started haggling, and I managed to get him down to five hundred. ‘Ok sir, how about now you show me your American Express card, and I will charge ...