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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Non-smoking hotel
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... but today we got to see the real thing. We got there at opening time so the crowds wee minimal. The Troy horse was pretty cool. We got to go inside and lookout. Only thing is, the story is a legend and no one actually even knows what the horse looked like, if it did exist! The other part of Troy is an ancient city. It actually has 9 cities built on top of each other. After Troy we headed for Asclepeion, which is the site of the ancient hospital. It was more of ...
... language that Max could understand and Max would have known more about how ferrys and cars work. This frustrates Max. Poor little buddy, he really misses his daddy and his papa.
We are off to the sea this afternoon. We are going to Cesme a town on the Aegean Sea a few hours away for the weekend. Next weekend we are flying to Antaliya, a popular resort city on the Mediteranean. Hope all is well with all of you. Missing everyone.
... course features temples that did the temple/mosque/church thing and a massive theatre which was also super cool. After I'd sufficiently explored and the sun started disappearing behind the hills I made my way back to the hostel where I relaxed and annoyed another delicious meal before being dropped back into town to catch a 10pm overnight bus to Istanbul. The bus was pretty lame - I didn't get much sleep as it made frequent stops which required turning on the ...
... rarely took the same route more than once because we always second-guessed our turns!
After some rest, we headed out for dinner. Although we were tempted to go back to Kosk we ended up at another place on a corner nearby. Roger tried the lamb kebab and it was ok but he actually likes the once we have back home better! They don't seem to use a lot of spice so it was a bit bland. Anyway, it was what we needed and we headed back to the hotel for a good night of ...
... of various dishes that we picked out before we sat down.) We were a little surprised at our bill of 100 TL ($50) but it was probably the wine that added up. Too bad we are enjoying the Turkish wine so much!! We enjoyed the walk home and seeing all the local action on the street. Just before we got to our street, I heard folk music coming from a small, eclectic coffee shop. Since I hadn't experienced Turkish coffee and I love local music, I said, "let's go in." Two ...