Tempo Residence Gayrettepe
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... arşı, meaning ‘Covered Bazaar’; also Büyük Çarşı, meaning ‘Grand Bazaar’) in Istanbul is one of the largest and oldest covered markets in the world, with 61 covered streets and over 3,000 shops which attract between 250,000 and 400,000 visitors ...
... placed on some wheeled type vehicle and pulled by 500 slaves up the hill from the ocean in order toget it to its current location. At theother end there is another structure resembling a gazebo. I think Ali stated that the course held approximtely 50,000 spectators.
From the Hippodome we walked to the Topkapi Palace, walking though the grand grounds, courtyards, gates and buildings to view how they lived several centuries ago. ...
... to risk being in a taxi on the wrong side of an Istanbul traffic jam with a plane to catch.
We ventured out to get lunch at a place the hotel desk had recommended, Kebapci Murat, at Topkapi Cd No. 19. It was so good, we went back again for dinner!
It continued to rain steadily and we hunkered down in the hotel and read up on Morocco for most of the day.
May 10, 2014
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... for potato foods :) It was also SO lovely that Gizem could explain in Turkish to the waiter that I wanted food that had no meat, no butter, no milk, no cheese and no cream. I have learned, as a survival technique, these words, so could hear them as she rattled them off to the incredulous-looking waiter. But, she prevailed, and my dinner was perfect. Delicious food, elegant drinks, fabulous company, and a night out along the entrance to the Black Sea. Great night!!!
... pace and then spent the night clubbing. So I decided to take it easy today. I bummed around the hostel for a couple hours before heading out noonish.
There are 2 places that sell the museum hopper, the Hagia Sophia and the Mosiac Museum. After talking to the receptionist at the hostel I decided to get my pass at the Mosiac Museum. While it took me like 15 minutes to find the place (tucked away on a side street of some bazaar) there was no line for the ...