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Travel Blogs from Istanbul
We left our hotel in Amsterdam, caught the train to the airport, got a little lost, but arrived to check our luggage and wander around in the airport "shopping mall". It seems that the global intensity of comsumerism has firmly rooted itself in the airports. It is easy to forget where you are and that the Airbus 310 is waiting to take off. Our …
... chatting for about 5 minutes, she said give her a minute, and she found that we were on a United flight as part of our return trip. She used this as an excuse to let us in anyway. Thank goodness! Free snacks, fruit, coffee, luggage storage, wi-fi and power. Gotta love it! The layover in the lounge was great. We ventured out for a massage, which was pricey, but it corrected my back and gave it instant relief. We had food court Asian for lunch then settled back ...
... an overnight bus (that took 12 hours back to Istanbul. As their were riots in Istanbul at the time and already 1 person had died we were recommended by our tour guide to not go into the centre and to go straight to the airport. We had about 5 hours to spare before we were to catch our flight so we were quite disappointed but didn't want to get caught up in all the drama, so instead we made our way to the airport with other members of the tour group and ...
... in Istanbul we began the day with an authentic Turkish breakfast which consisted of a variety of cheeses, danish, cucumbers, and tomatoes, and of course tea. The tea is served in a double pot with one pot consisting of very strong tea and the other holds hot water - this is so one can make his or her tea as strong or as weak as one likes. After breakfast we loaded a bus and took a ride to the Topkapi Palace. The traffic is ...
... to be in a scene from some middle eastern romance instead it's more fog, stray dogs and cold corn. It's not all been bad though. The hostel were staying in is pretty cool. Although the ceiling above the kitchen has been misplaced. The hostel owner took us to the Turkey Hungary game yesterday. Hungary fans are INSANE and angry little blighters. Once we had reassured those around us that we were NOT Hungarian and from the UK we made friends. Miran a ...
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