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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 …
... seemed to wipe us out. We just went back to the apartment and rested.
We got up reasonably early the next day and walked to the Galata Tower. It was not far from the apartment, just lots of uphill. After that, we took a tram to the Blue Mosque. It was pretty amazing, spectacular. We also worked out where the Hagia Sophia was. Afterwards we took a walk down to and around the foreshore. We walked under the Galata bridge and saw lots of people fishing from ...
... will be about 11pm so perfect time to go to bed. ... It's now 11.29am in Istanbul and 7.29am in Melbourne. We've just passed through Western Australia and we are now in what looks to be South Australian airspace. We let the room in Istanbul yesterday morning at 11.15am so it has now been more than 24 hours from that point. The crew have just started their second service and they're two rows away so as soon as I've taken this out I'm putting it away again. Just ...
... Sophia and the Istanbul Museum before our flight into Jordan. It was more relaxed than the previous 10 days but still a filled visit, with both culinary adventures as well as wonderful sights . I will only add a few photos, as it is too difficult to chose and show all we saw and experienced. For many it will bring back memories, for the rest it will hopefully make you want to ...
... the first passengers on it and we had to wait an hour and a half for the rest of the passengers, which wasn’t too fun. Lunch was served on board and we spent the next 1.5 hours cruising up the Bosphorus, which is the waterway separating the Mediterranean from the Black Sea one way, and Europe from Asia the other way. 97% of Turkey is in Asia with only 3% in Europe. Burak, our guide, pointed out places of interest and gave us ...