Boutique Dedem Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... doesn’t cover all that we experienced in Istanbul but we’ve shared a selection of the hundreds of photos that Graham/David snapped along the way which we hope will go some way to entice those of you who haven’t been to Istanbul to maybe consider visiting one day. There are few cities that offer so much in terms of scenery, culture and history not to mention the tempting delights such as baklava…..and shop after shop after ...
Now where was I,ah, I remember. We had breakfast and then went to check the bike,checked the oil level on the sight glass,nearly full,pressed the start button with all fingers and toes crossed,God it sounded awful! Checked the sight glass again no oil showing! Switched off, Jenny said,"why don't we walk to a garage and buy some more oil" We promptly did and added about half a litre,let it ...
... a fab private room with bed, tv etc and being asked what time I would like an alarm call. Sitting on the new comfy bed I find myself thinking that I hadn't actually thought that we would qualify but more importantly, did I really want to be there in the first place? but most of all Sarah wouldn't know where I was!!! So I unlock my door and explain to Concierge that I also have a wife who wants a suite! Job done we get a bit of sleep then board the flight to Ercan, arriving the next ...
... to do some extra exploring when we got toto the waterfall and climbed up further to have a look around. They had to climb through part of the waterfall so got absolutely drenched. Was funny listening to all the yelps as they got wet cause it was so cold. From there we went to the blue lagoon bay but didn't stop unfortunately just slowly boated around the bay and then around to St Nicholas Island where we stayed for the night. We had a good view of the ruins on the island ...
... ruby, sapphire, pearl, diamonds and enough watches to deafen you.
Sultanahmet was a memory reawakening for Roscoe as he and several friends journeyed here in his VW stationwagon in 1981. We found the tiny boardinghouse where they rented a room, which was next door to The Pudding Shop, a cafe established in 1957 but made famous in the movie Midnight Express in 1981. The shop was actually very well known ...