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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Russian TV Channels Available
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
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... cooling off, still a little sweaty, but I’m sipping champagne and I’m in a comfortable seat and we’re on our way home.
I can’t sleep on planes. PERIOD! Love to fly, just can’t sleep. I sip. I read. I eat. I TRY to sleep. Nothing! 11 hours later we’re home and it hits me – this was an amazing, wonderful trip, but now it’s over and I have some wonderful memories which will last a ...
... was perfect as when the boat was coming back, it started to rain, so we found shelter on the lower deck. The boat ride was a nice way to discover the immensity of the city and see the many palaces that were adjoining the two side of the large strait. Going under the bridges that connect the European side with the Asian side was impressive; they are huge and beautiful. The suspended bridge looked just like Golden ...
We left Kavala early on Wednesday morning and drove a couple of hours to the Greece/Turkey border. It took us a little while to get through both sides of the border as there are so many of us. The are 44 people on the your, plus our driver Bento (from Portugal), our tour manager Ryan (from Australia), and our cook Sabina (from England). We made it into Turkey. And stopped for lunch at a small shopping centre. I had a kebab and it felt ...
... 1080; ужина 90;ь в самую краси 74;ую часть Стамб 91;ла, ее назва 85;ие гордо носит турец 82;ая ...
... to all eat together.
One thing you have to understand if you go to turkey, is that even if you don't share their religion you have to respect it, I remember waking up at five in the morning, with one men singing something in Turkish, ( for me was singing, for them was praying).
So the nights where diferent for sure.. But if you have a openmind Its beautiful.
I remembre walking over diferentes mocks, and because I was a woman I had to stay in ...