Sirkeci Park Hotel
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... cramped airplane quarters, I did not get much sleep at all. But I did get to watch a lot of bad movies.
We’d read that catching a connecting flight in Istanbul could be no problem at all, or could be chaotic and there’d be no chance in hell that we’d catch our next flight with only an hour layover. As we’re coming in for a landing Bill starts getting anxious and listing off all the worst ...
After an email from the Australian Embassy via Smart Traveller, we decided to stay at the hotel today due to possible May Day violence in Kadikoy Square where we are staying, and Taksim Square, where we would definitely be avoiding. Streets were blocked and public transport was stopped in case of any problems. We could clearly hear the protestors from our hotel. It seemed to be a mixture of ...
... hill. Home
to an unbelievable theater with a seating capacity of 10,000 and great
temples. We wandered around with our tour guide Ilker, who helped us to
imagine what this city would have been like and the history that was
made here. The contrast between ancient and modern world is blurred as
you look down past the ruins at the city below the hill.
Only the most picturesque coastal city in Turkey. Our hotel with a waterfront ...
So we made it to Turkey. After sitting in Dulles National Airport for what seemed like forever, we boarded the plane and began our 8 hour trip to Frankfurt, Germany. From landing in Frankfurt to taking off again on a different plane bound for Istanbul, we had about an hour in Germany. Just enough time to run through the largest airport I have ever been in, go through security (again!) and make it to the correct terminal with two minutes to spare before boarding the plane. This in and ...
... store. They sat us down and we had some Turkish tea. Next minute, rug after rug after rug came out. 30 minutes later, I asked the price $15,000. Yeah thanks mate but its a little out our price range. Lol. He said name your price. I said I don't mean to offend but say $250.00?!? That was the end of the sale I think. We thanked him for the tea as the door hit our ass. The wharf was quite entertainingtrying to get tickets and work out which ...