The Constantine Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... for the foggy day.
BEST MEAL: Too many to count.
WORST MEAL: Very few. Can't remember.
FAVOURITE COUNTRY: Sue - Spain, Barb - France and Eve - Switzerland.
MOST AMAZING LANDMARK: Eiffel Tower.
MOST AMAZING CHURCH/CATHEDRAL. Sagrada Famillia in Barcelona
As you can see, it was very difficult to make decisions about our tours and the highs and lows that we experienced. The question that we ask ourselves is "Was it worth it?" The answer ...
Still on the ship, in Istanbul port. After breakfast we headed ashore, bought a Istanbul Pass which cost 7 lira, then put 20 lira on it as all four of us can use the one card. We caught the tram to the Grand Bazaar. (2.15 lira each). The bazaar is huge, around 4,000 shops, however a lot the same. Rugs, leather jackets, bags, ceramics, scarfs and Turkish delights and baklava. How on earth they all make a living I ...
... barking much of the night. It reminds me of Haiti. Pedestrians do NOT have the right of way in Turkey. They do not stop for anyone so it can be quite stressful getting across the streets. Bread is everywhere. There is a bread man on almost every corner which makes staying gluten free almost impossible, especially if you eat out. Oh well, I may have to loosen up a little on that. I will deal with it when I get home. We decided ...
... without buying a silk carpet not that the Omar Sharif look alike didn't try very hard, I was just able to resist.we tried the many delicious foods from artichokes to fresh fish. Believe me they know the meaning of fresh here. Beautiful old city where we stayed at the Wyndham Hotel an easy walk to all the sights, markets and a abundance of hotels ...
... to venture as far as Turkey for the pleasure of flying with this airline! Anyway....
E: Early balmy evening in Atatürk Airport saw us successfully negotiate the metro to Aksaray. Street signs in the city can be rather erratic, but thankfully an elderly gentleman helped us pick our bag-laden path through the throngs to our hotel- before the inevitable request for money. We should have stiffed him.
A brief wandering to ...