- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... street for the even more obvious reason that having customers visible in your restaurant already is a good selling point, and 2 decent looking young western women is even better. With the promise of a further discount in the meal we shared this rather elaborately served meat dish that come out in a sealed terracotta pot that's taken to the street front and a small sword is banged repeatedly until the crowd begins to join in with clapping and then the top of ...
... found a woman who spoke very good English who suggested the best way was to take one of the yellow taxis. So a short 15 lire taxi ride later we arrived at the market. This is not a tourist market but one for the locals. Fresh produce is piled high on the stalls and there is every fruit and vegetable you would know as well as some you wouldn't. It was very busy with young boys selling water bottles for a lire a time at every ...
I'm committed, or perhaps should be! Two duffel bags for the tour, one bike in a box in the trunk, plus a carry on for the plane ride. So far so good. I had checked my ticket, read all the fine print and determined I could get on the plane for a $50 fee for the bike.
SURPRISE! At the Air ...
... the end when we had to stand up.
The river is the perfect place to appreciate the beauty of Istanbul. Very clearly, you can see the castles, palaces, monuments, mosques, the river front cafes and restaurants, the homes of the rich and famous (lots of!), and the beautiful parks. Considering the population density in Istanbul, the number of parks and green spaces is surprising. The palaces are now mostly museums; there is so much more to explore.
-meter poems by unknown people
-caraguna woman's dress dance and folk song celebrating women's dress
-ancient Greek folk instruments:
-lyre made of tortoise shell, famous instrument of Ancient Greece
-mandolin or bezuki, wooden body with metal strings, modern Greek instrument
-Turkish folk music: fed by two main sources: turkou singers and ...