Ramada Plaza Istanbul City Center
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Friday, October 17, 2014
Well for once I can actually say today was not a great day! After minimal sleep we woke up early so we could say goodbye to everyone. We were ready for an 8.30 am departure by paid for transfer to the Kayseri Airport but no one showed up. After a couple of phone calls we
eventually left at 9am. The man who picked us up drove VERY fast, often
straddling the middle of the road and it seemed he was going ...
... of a terrible riots known as the Nika riots which took place over the course of a week in Constantinople in AD 532. It was the most violent riot in the history of Constantinople, with nearly half the city being burned or destroyed and tens of thousands of people killed. Next was a sumptuous lunch which we thoroughly enjoyed, despite having to periodically squirt a persistent cat with a bottle of water. It kept wanting to jump up ...
... sundown. Dreading facing a return to the hellish jams we sought out the nearest place for food, which just so happened to be a Ramada hotel. Dirty, smelly and sweaty, wearing t-shirts, shorts and sandals we rocked up on the doorstep where upon our best British accents saw us warmly welcomed despite our appearances and smells. The once pristine bathroom in the hotel lobby soon had black feet and hand marks all over it, a frantic attempt to clean it up merely resulted ...
... to be a bit picky about where we will stay. But the hotels with best reviews get booked in advance and just have a day or two here or a day there available. Dave looked at rooms in about 20 places (he has the patience of Jobe for that sort of thing. That is good but when he has to read every item on the menu before he can make his choice ggggrrrr) In any case, he concluded that most. Istanbul hotels are pretty good. The trick ...
... languages to praise Yaweh, Allah, God together? Sure there are differences all across the board but I am going to try to start looking past them and instead of being so tied down to religion, realize "we are all in this together" ya, but no, really. I wish we could do more than coexist but instead edify one another and unite under praise and worship. With agape, I love y'all, stay classy. P.S. It's true, josh moans in his sleep and it's really ...