The Constantine Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... souvenirs for the kids' classmates, and it need to find a couple of outstanding gifts. The kids each wanted a tabla (backgammon) board, and we had great fun searching and bargaining for the things we liked.
We left as the bazaar closed and took a taxi back to the hotel.
A final swim, a burger for dinner near the hotel, and then it was off to the airport for the flight we'd all been ...
... the shipping and flights talked about earlier. We then walked through the shopping areas away from the tourist route. This is where the locals shop. It is set out a bit like the bazaar with different areas , the shoe shops were all together, jeans, handbags etc. one row if shops all had brass 'fittings' for handbags, probably copied from the top designers ready to go on the fakes that flood the market here! We stopped at a couple ...
... made us hungrier. Eventually we ordered dinner; I had a nice plate of kofte, salad and chips with a beer deejay kindly bought me. We sat after dinner for ages and ages, first discussing deejays strange financial situation (she had spent 600 euros during our sojourn in Istanbul had begun, almost entirely we figured out on tattoos) and then settled into a pattern of reading and chatting and watching videos. It was nice. We are now all in bed preparing for sleep. I love you, ...
... passionate about their game, it felt like the Oilers cup run on Whyte Ave.
September 18, 2013
Today we did some laundry and worked on the blog. You’re welcome. ;)
September 19, 2013
Today was our last day in Istanbul. We hadn’t made it back to the other side of the bridge yet so today we did all of our sight-seeing before getting on our night bus. We checked out of our apartment at ...
... gateway and also a nearly complete stadium.
After the first of many ruins we would see on this trip we headed up the very popular terraces (travertines) where we were not alone, it seemed like hundreds of other tourists (and locals surprisingly) had the same idea in mind. The terraces were nothing like we imagined, the beautiful side of hill that was covered in white carbonate minerals left by ...