Sude Konak Hotel
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... I'm too old for this hostel shyt.
Disaster strikes when I realise I am actually due to check out today, so back down to reception and ask if I can stay another night. No rooms, sorry. hmm. Probably true as he was happy to help me find alternate accommodation. I go over the road to the hotel I'm booked into for the following night when the tour starts and they can take me - a bit expensive, but better than being homeless.
... lanes and roads. After a little break we looked up foods that Istanbul is famous for and found a Baked Salt fish dish. Richard set his phone for the directions and off we went to find it.......and for the first time in the city we did! The restaurant was small but a table opened up as we arrived. We sat down and realised that there were two Brisbane people sitting next to us. We ordered our salt fish which was Black Seabass. Thos was ...
... reference"> Istanbul is a transcontinental city, straddling the Bosporus—one of the world's busiest waterways—in northwestern Turkey, between the Sea of Marmara and the Black Sea. Its commercial and historical center lies in Europe, while a third of its population lives in Asia.
Up and off early to visit Dolmabache Palace and for a day of riding the trams after yesterday's trekking. First lesson - always check the days attractions are closed. We knew Tuesdays and Thursdays are common "closed" days, but we and a steady stream of tourists were caught out yesterday at Dolmabache Palace! Never mind. Enjoyed to spot a small pod of dolphins in front of ...
Instead of having a week-long break in November as was traditional, our school decided to have the holiday over the Christmas week this year. It presented us with the perfect opportunity to show Ma and Pa Parsons how Europe does Christmas, so the four of us kept in touch over the autumn months and discussed a few different options.
After considering places like Austria, Switzerland, and Germany, we settled on a slower-paced visit to Prague and Budapest. It ...