The Constantine Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... while being delicious is probably not something 1 person should eat on their own. It was a wheel of cheese maybe 8mm in diameter coated in what I think was coconut and then baked and covered in a sweet honey syrup - delicious but killer on the stomach later. The next day I got up early to catch the bus to a town called Selcuk which is famous only for it's proximity to the ancient ruins of Ephesus (also often abbreviated to Efes) on the first of my bus rides to get ...
... near The driver side window, the loud crack followed and Owen ******* himself, nearly jumped over to my side. About 2 hours later, averaging 20-30kms it started to lighten, our nerves were a little fried to be fair and the tiredness kicked in, so we called it a day in a services. Another night on the road, but it was surprisingly peaceful with toilets nearby - which is all we wanted at that stage. Will try again to make it past Istanbul and the border ...
Today we did our usual routine of breakfast during which deejay was very sick. We decided because her sickness had persisted we'd have a proper relaxing day, and put deejay to bed. After a bit of a rest ourselves, me and Nim went to the shop and got cold drinks and snacks, fed deejay and then facetimed nouille for ages. It was very nice, I do miss him so. After that we just lazed around, read and napped a bit. Halfway through the Skype call, Nims two friends from ...
... and the police had not thought to try and contact the next of kin... April 30th came with a burst of apple blossom and the garden looking its absolute best to send us on our with inducements to return. Not surprisingly we were now looking forward to a leisurely first day in Istanbul, cafe surfing and people watching. We were trying out our first AirBnB staying with a doctor in her apartment which was ...
... for people to visit and it is considered an important structure in the world. Throughout the building one can notice beautiful designs and icons that represent both Christianity and Islam.
After seeing the Hagia Sophia, we all took a short walk to the Basilica Cistern. This underground site is historic for it was a water filtration system for the city of Constantinople. The cistern was breathtaking as ...