Turk Art Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... evening and being met by Gayle and Stephen at Ataturk airport. A baptism by fire as Gayle put it - we were straight onto the metro, then walking the remaining distance with Stephen gallantly coping with my small but heavy suitcase over the cobbled pavements.
I had my first campervan lesson this morning to Stephen’s surprise, I watched him empty and clean the toilet. Not so bad watching but am very grateful that he is ...
... towns in movies from the 1950s. So true. We reached a nondescript black building with a black door, behind which was a vibrant club with a back patio and a small dance floor! We danced until the wee hours with girls flipping their hair and boys with impressive beards until Peri and Munire put me in a cab back to my hotel. What a perfect, perfect day. Thank you, Peri for showing me Istanbul from the ...
... as Antalya but it is pretty. Foca sits on a small bay and is surrounded by mountains. It is the common man's haven. There are just regular people doing life at a beautiful spot without the tourists. In many ways it was much less busy and more relaxing. Max played on the beach making rivers, waterfalls and dams. A group of high school boys who were sitting next to us came over to help and give some suggestions. Max was thrilled. ...
... external structure was very impressive with its six minarets versus the normal five. I found the introduction to the Muslim practices to be very informative and substantially different than what North Americans might commonly believe. Our guide took some time to explain the fact that under the new freedoms introduced by Ataturk, the dress selection for women was completely optional. If someone wished to dress in traditional Muslim attire, that was thier option and not ...
... time. I'm being a bit of a Nanna at the moment really, but enjoying the quiet. I spent the afternoon doing a bit of washing, and then I asked the desk where a bank was as I wanted to get some 10c Turkish Lira coins for the kids in my class as a little gift. They told me to go to the main road and turn right, which I did and after a little walk, I came to STAR CITY ... the equivalent of an Airport West type shopping centre. Now there was every shop ...