Ramada Kaya Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Airport Transportation
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December 1275: This is it. Constantinople marks the end of my silk road journey and it ironically was the beginning of Marco Polo’s journey several years ago. This capital is an entirely different animal than what me and Yin have experienced before. In terms of size, population, noise, architecture, everything felt a little more grandeur. We rode in on our camels, narrowly avoiding children and hard-surfaced objects like big rocks. Mosques and ...
... our luggage and way outside of what I was prepared to pay for a souvenir. Not to leave empty handed we found a small one that is specifically designed to make extra noise! Even better, it's called the Istanbul ex-perience. As you can see form the pictures we managed to get back to our neck of the woods, pick up a snack and return to the apartment to get our baggage and head to the hotel for our last crazy cab driving experience.... or so we ...
... You get off the boat and walk through all the restaurants and touts. Surprisingly the prices were OK and I had a fishkebab. Slab of fish,(mackerel) in 1/2 loaf of bread with tomato, lettuce and onion. It was really good.
The trip back was a lot quicker cos it was down wind and therefore it was not as cold. All in all it was a pretty good day.
Everywhere you go here there are toilets. ...
... included dinner and a show all for the princely sum of €80. I can get dinner and a show on board for the princely sum of €nowt!!
This cruise was originally advertised as a Black Sea odyssey. It wasn’t long before Yalta and Odessa were dropped due to an unstable political climate and now Constanta and Burgas have been cancelled due to just an unstable climate!! So from a Black Sea Cruise, as from today, we are now officially on an Eastern ...
... proved a very knowledgeable guide having studied relevant history and historical architecture at university. The Mosques were amazing and of course very old. They even have an obelisk remaining from the chariot racing hippodrome. It was actually removed from the Egyptians after they lost one particular tiff around 2,000 years ago but before that it stood in front of a kings tomb for 15,000 years. It wasn't toot your car man, his tomb lost its bits and pieces later on. The ...