Housez Suites and Apartments
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... spoke turkish to us and motioned for us to get further on the slab. Then one by one we were picked off and taken to the edge of the slab for our bath. The bath consists of a complete scrub down with your personal mitten, a suds bath, washed off with warm water and then finished with a hair wash. The whole thing probably took 20 minutes. After I was able to get over the fact that a stranger was giving me a bath, it wasn't as stressful. And the nakedness became quite ...
... walk that far but already, just heading in the opposite direction to the where the main attractions are in the old town here, we came across suburbs where no tourists are to be found. I loved seeing their houses. It was very run-down. Many houses were derelict and several were now in ruin. I took photos. There were chickens in the street, and boys kicking a make-shift soccer ball. It was wonderful to see. It was a mix of poverty and comfortable homes, but the people on the ...
... stop reaching it just as it started to poor again. The lightening was impressive especially seeing it in the backdrop of the mosques and palace. There were lots of us crammed underneath the metro shelter including a ginger car who refused to give up a sat and stubbornly sat there waiting out the storm. We had to wait 30 minutes for the metro but then we headed back to the hostel to collect our belongings and head for the train station. Goodbye Istanbul it's been such a great few ...
... to make do with the bathroom counters!
The flight to Istanbul was great, smooth landing, on time. And both boys slept the whole way. I actually watched 3 movies. This time I made sure Zach sat with Godwin while I put Zane in between Grandma and me. Did not want a repeat performance of the previous flight. We arrived in Istanbul and I was confused which line to join (we had a visa already and there were queues for visa on arrivals). We walked further than necessary and had ...
... The airport internet didn’t work so our means of communicating with the world was significantly now reduced.
This is not where this story ends. Turns out, we finally got onto Jessie and she wasn’t coming. Her connecting flight was delayed and as a result she was stuck another night in North Africa. Not to worry, Julie simply impersonated Miss Jessie Burnie and nobody asked for identification. We got our ...