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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... the bankruptcy of the State. We took a ferry trip to the largest of the Princes islands, and enjoyed the calm relaxed lifestyle of the locals. We visited the Spice Bazaar and braved the Grand Bazaar again, overwhelming but always an unforgettable experience. We had the conference dinner near the waters of the Bosphorus with a welcoming Turkish band . We finished the day ...
- Transferred from Movenpick to hotel for next tour, Renaissance.
- Got map and money, taxi to Taxim Square to explore. Taximeter built into rear view mirror, 15L ($7.5) for about 5k.
- Very entertaining ice cream vendors, slick percussive moves with their long metal spoons with a bang on the bells now and then.
- Hysterical trams up the guts of the rambler Talabasi Bvd.
- Long line to get into ...
Cold, wet, windy. Population 18 million, with 8 million cars all on the road at the same time. We are staying in a new hotel in the new part of the New Town area of Istanbul. It's all relative, the area is about 600 yrs old. This area is not yet geared up for tourists, so little English is spoken. Umbrella sellers have popped up everywhere, they don't need much language. The bad weather has kept most of the street sellers indoors, so ...
... been ordered in bulk)! At the top of the gardens we devoured hot chips at a cafe overlooking the city, and the waiter really couldn't comprehend that just one person from our table wanted tea. “Just one tea?!”
Unfortunately the guards pointed out that we’d missed the palace entrance, which was in fact next to where we started our walk. I used the garden’s public toilet (swiping my Istanbul Card with pride), where a ...
... and the Bosphorous. From there we continued on to Galata Bridge and then to the Tunel (Funicular) to take us back up the hill. Istanbul is a very busy place with all the narrow streets and little back alleys. Streets are packed with people specially Saturday night we could barely move the crowd was that thick.On Sunday we decided to take the funicular from Taksim Square down to the waterfront at Kabatas and then the tram to Topkapi Palace ...