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March 17 through April 1st, 2014
Alaturka Elegance Hotel ($52) Double including breakfast
(Fatih, Akbıyık Cd No:3, Istanbul - Europe, Turkey)
Extended Stay in Istanbul
We extended our stay in Istanbul and had to find a different hotel. Emirhan no longer had room for us. March is not yet high season and I …
... he once again rang to try and sort things out for us, he's so kind. Emre sent us a message to say we needed to go back tomorrow at 10.00 am and that Mr Arif was very sorry for the mix up. We walked back the way we had come and stopped for coffee at McDonalds to blog and up load some photos. We the purchased some good at a small supermarket then bought some street food for lunch. On the way back to the bus we used the underpass to get to the other side of the busy ...
... huge urban agglomeration straddling the Bosporous one of the busiest waterways in the world. 14.1 million people live in Istanbul making it the fifth largest city. Part Asian, part European its position on the Silk Road has always made it a successful trading centre and one of the most important cities (as Constantinople) in history. It has served as the capital of four empires - Roman, Byzantine, Latin and Ottoman and although Ankara is now the capital of Turkey ...
... Grand bazaar. As it was now Friday afternoon i was hoping that it would not be very crowded. I made it to the grand bazaar, there were not many people
around, i explored and tried to buy some things. Everything here is more expensive then the outside and that is with bargaining. I got lost in here a few times and then headed back to the hostel.
Once back at the hostel i updated, repacked and cleaned up, ...
At Aksaray Metro I decided to take the train back to the bus station as we arrived at the wrong side yesterday and I wanted to see all the destination signs back to the places in the Balkans I had just visited.
Metro fare was 3TL ($1.50) and it was a ...