Arasta Boutique Hotel
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
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It was another noisy night We set off to find out what the festival was all about, but we were too early, they were still clearing up from the night before. The banners over the road seemed to indicate that it is a fish festival. We walked further up the main street of the Turkish shopping area. Les is on the look out for a nut and washer shop. We came across what looked like a good bet and made a mental note of where it was, as we didn't't have the ...
... staff. I have just worked out we have only had one night's horizontal sleep in a bed since leaving home on Sunday afternoon. Allowing for time differences and having gained nine hours so far we have been away 97 hours and had one proper sleep. Tomorrow our tour of the rest of Turkey begins with no air travel for a week which should see us get back to "normal" a bit.
We walked up to the Blue Mosque. We were prime targets for hawkers selling books and postcards. When ...
Waiting for our ferry to arrive we appreciated the beautifully lit up Dolmabahçe Mosque, and then travelled back to Kadikoy for a 14.50 lira dinner which included soup, mains and dessert. We were entirely exhausted from walking for 11 hours, because we realised we’d only sat down once all day! When we got back to the hostel we all let out a sigh of relief as we lay down and took our shoes off. And that’s how a hostel day ...
... after the First World War. Like the Turks, the Greeks experienced a similar influence from the Ottoman culture. However in Turkey there was a great influence of European polyphonic art music in the new republic, there was strong emphasis to try and preserve the Turkish feature in music. The Greek popular music has consulted much of Greek literature as opposed to Turk and folksongs. According ...
The day started very early. We set our watches for 6:30am as the ship was going to enter the Strait of the Dardanelles (in Turkish, Canakkale Bogazi) located between the Asian side of Turkey in the South and the peninsula of Gallipoli on the European side in the North. We thought it would be fitting to pay our respects to the ANZACS (Australian and New Zealand Soldiers who died in the war at Gallipoli for my non Australian readers) as we passed Gallipoli. It was sobering watching ...