Ramada Plaza Istanbul City Center
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... most people were on the verge of giving up on life. Perhaps the fact that we had paid for this kept people in their seats and, after surviving this ordeal, inspired everyone to give a round of applause when the whole thing was over.
Seeing an old friend in Stuttgart
While in Stuttgart we had the pleasure to meet up with my roommate from 2006, a Greek Cypriot named Pana who speaks at least three languages fluently and lives in Stuttgart with his ...
... 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 ...
... Saw some really cool sites though and found a lot of famous skate spots. So stoked to finally have a kebab from there origin!! They were soooooo good and I got one for as cheap as 2 Turkish lira (1aud). Once I adapted the the culture change I started really enjoying this place. Cheap beer, cheap kebabs and cheap thrills it was perfect. The hotel contiki tried to put me in was this little shoe box with 3 beds literally touching each other. One of the dudes I was meant to be rooming ...
... and we would end up with 15 litres of 4* in the footwell!
Having got the car we then had to navigate back into the centre of the city to the hotel. Istanbul drivers take no prisoners and the driving is pretty aggressive. Fortunately the traffic was pretty heavy so it was slow glowing and we got home without any issues. Tomorrow we have to re-pack the car and we will really 'begin' and we're off to Ankara.
... is always open for yours, except when it is time for the Call to Prayer. We were lucky enough to hear this call several times a day! We appreciated it during the middle of the day when we were walking around and touring things, but not ringing through our hotel window at about 6am. As we were leaving the Mosque, I made eye contact with a man outside of the exit gate. He smiled at me and began to walk next to us. He then told me that he thought my eyes were beautiful ...