Star Holiday Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... dinner were we met some friendly young English-speaking Turks.
On on our way home from dinner we encountered a man that dropped his brush, kev picked it up for him only for him to thank him by bowig down and cleaning his shoes, of course after that he expected 15 liras. Kev gave him 5 and said he is "broke". We finally made it out of after 10 min of that guy arguing! Ugh, lesson learned!
All in all it was a great first day!
Kevin and TL
... right next to the driver. Not only was it hot and crowded, it was also incredibly slow. We stayed on for half an hour, before giving up hope and jumping ship. We caught our breath outside, (I seriously thought Lily was going to black out), before continuing on foot. As we reached the market the bus passed us from behind, its occupants miserable, sweaty faces pressed against the glass, eyes blank with defeat. I felt like shouting, 'Just get off! Walking is ...
... br> We set off driving again, at the ski resort at Uludag there are plenty of hotels and ski shops, all closed up! The Main Street is being resurfaced and is at present a mud track. We have reached 6500 ft now and contour around the mountain to a view point that has been built out over the edge of the hill. We park and take a look at the inside of another cloud! There are a couple of ladies who are taking a look at Logan sat in the front seats, he goes mad when one of ...
After breakfast Les took the bus back to the shop to sort out the charger, I did the washing and gave Dream Catcher a thorough clean to remove all the dust collected at Yedigoller, also the dog hairs that collect in all the nooks and crannies. When Les returned with the modified plug he checked it worked. We then drove to catch the ferry to ...
... as the only thing left was the foundations.) At this site there were an unbelievable number of buses and people. It was packed.
We had lunch at a Turkish Art Co-op which specialized in the production of jewelry and carpets. The food was not only delicious it was also free. Apparent the costs are recouped from the sale of the art products.
Sandy here: As Steve said the food at lunch was delicious but the old saying “there is no such thing as a free lunch” is true. ...