Armagrandi Spina Istanbul
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... the clouds) and walking to Uskudar (past the university and one of the biggest cemeteries we’ve ever seen), and then caught the ferry back to Europe! You can literally ferry between continents, past the Maiden tower and the sparkling bridge, within 10 minutes!
Back in Europe we had a beer near our hotel, and street food from a cart nearby for dinner, which Mikey opted not to tell me until half way through eating it was offal! It was actually really yummy!
... A great way to start our sight-seeing. The route to the major stuff we wanted to see was a little tough to figure out with all the little side roads and not a lot of signs. We actually were going the right way but we weren't sure until we saw the Blue Mosque and Hagia Sophia. Stunning! These two buildings face each other across a huge square and they are gorgeous.
Unfortunately, with the lack of sleep, the heat, and the shock of being in a huge city, ...
... the Black Sea on the European side and came back down the Bosphorus on the Asian side. There was a guide who pointed out the various interesting sights along the way and it was beautiful watching the sun set over the city from the sea. The cruise ended around 9 and we decided to eat near the square at a restaurant that gave discounts if went on the cruise. We actually just stumbled on the family-owned restaurant (Rumist) and it was a find. They had a special crockery ...
... having someone with local knowledge and language........or am I just getting older and less adventurous ? The Grand Bazaar has become more commercial, geared for Tourists, it's lost it old " souk" feel...still good fun though. The Blue Mosque is still amazing, again very touristy though. Galatta Tower, Hagia Sophia are also must sees. A stroll ( with the hills and steps anything else is not possible!) around the local area revealed some great Antique shops and fantastic old marble ...
Our first full day in Istanbul. After a decent breakfast on the rooftop bar overlooking the ocean, we headed to the main square in Sultanahmet. We visited the blue mosque which was beautiful, there were lots of cat photo opportunities in the surrounding gardens. We then looked around the Ayasofya before strolling to the Grand Bazaar. They bazaar was amazing, bustling and colorful. The shopkeepers weren't as pushy as we expected but it was very ...