Ahmet Efendi Evi
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAhmet Efendi Evi Istanbul
Nestled in the heart of old Istanbul this is a wonderful and cozy place to stay.
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... front area which was filled with kittens and cool restaurants. Unfortunately, we took the wrong ferry and ended up in the opposite area that we wanted to go. But at this point, we were used to getting lost and we sorted it out pretty quickly. We also visited Karakoy on the Asian side, where we found a very cool market/ restaurant community with tiny streets covered in awnings which revealed shops and tea houses. The vibe over on this side was more authentic and ...
... occasional cries of pain only spurred on the masseurs who seemed to think they had done a good job only when the men were pushed to their limits. We women wondered where and what was in store for us. Fortunately our scrub happened in a private room, as was our massage, and was an altogether a much gentler affair. It was however a little confronting due to the complete nudity required of us and the attendant with only bikini bottoms on herself. We finished by relaxing ...
I got up this morning at 7.45am, showered, dressed and got ready to go out. I then went and had breakfast, then went back to my room and cleaned up, used the WiFi and then left the hostel. I walked down the street, past the Archaeological museum and to the entrance to the Topkapi palace. As it was just before 9am, there was a long line. The line was to go through security, then you got your tickets on the ...
... beginning at the Blue Mosque as one of the five daily announcements. We completely failed to realize that it was the second day of Ramadan, and we were stuffing our faces with street vendor food, oops. Finally it was time for the boat tour. It went from the Sea of Marmara, up the Golden Horn, down the Bosporus Strait to the Black Sea, and then back. It was altogether 2.5 hours, and a relaxing way to spend the last evening in ...
... I visit there was a Dervish museum I'd never seen before. It was open today and entrance was only 5TL ($2.50)
It had a main hall where performances are held on certain days and a museum. Pictures were not allowed but the guy was out chatting on his cell so why not. They also ...