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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and is thankfully uneventful. At Istanbul we have a 5 hour wait but at least we will have time to check out the newly refurbished Turkish Airlines Club lounge. As we plonk ourselves down near the unlimited booze and food section and access the wifi Sarah starts reading out a review of the lounge and it seems that we may qualify for a private suite in which to lay our heads. As we are also next to Concierge I wander over and casually ask and before I know it I am being ...
... him out.Turkey has great resources but there is a very poor element as well -beggars in the street which just shouldn't be and folk working hard for a mere pittance.yFood is cheap and plentiful and tourism is a large part of the economy. There is a lot of building going on everywhere but at the same time there are lots of buildings in all sorts of states of disrepair. A very old but also a very new and modern country. Very ...
... and snaking highways - no straight lines at all until the older part and it was more uniform. The orange-red roofs gave it romantic feel. soon we were on the ground and of course the fun getting visas and going through immigration starts! There was so many people going through but finally all done, luggage collected and found a taxi and came a half hour to the hotel.
The city is beautiful and the medium strips are ...
... myself sitting in row 14D waiting for my plane to take off towards Ercan airport North Cyprus! I am sad to be leaving Turkey but I am also super excited to be flying towards the loves of my life Dilan and Kaylan!!!!!!!! I am full of excitement at just the thought of being able to hug them again..I haven't seen them for 21 days in total and I miss them like mad!!!!! Well I best get off my phone before I get thrown out of the plane as we are about to start ...
Stepping across the border into Turkey was like stepping into the Third World after the relative comforts of Western Europe, but with it came all the excitement of being amongst a completely different culture. We had pulled in just short of the border to try and get some Turkish Liras as we knew there were road tolls across Turkey. Lo and behold there was an ATM there, so we plugged in to get about TL1000. It gave us Euros! We had assumed ...