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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... that our hostel was located right next to most of the big attractions, we decided to go inside the Hagia Sofia, Blue Mosque, and Cisterns on the first day to avoid the weekend crowds. We went inside the Hagia Sofia first, which turned out to be incredibly strange. It was built as a cathedral, but has since been converted into a mosque (and is still undergoing renovations). So it is decorated like a mosque with the occassional pictures ...
The weather is still good, so we wash the bedding, it's dry in an hour. Catering department made some cakes, a productive morning. We are moving closer to Istanbul today, this campsite is too grotty to stay for more than one night. As we were about to leave, a group of 5 students came over, they were obviously bunking off school, they all wore the same polo shirts and were all smoking, they laughed and joked about the steering wheel being on the other side ...
I meet up with my host at the Eskici bar around the corner from the apartment. Once settled in, my host and his roommate take me to the most hip, trendy bar/club terrace overlooking the Golden Horn; Nuteras. With a welldeserved drink in my hand I enjoy the view of Istanbul, first night in Istanbul it looks to be a great ...
We finished our time in Istanbul with a long 4 hour walk to Taksim Square, shopping and sight seeing along the way. We visited the Istanbul modern museum, crossed the Galata bridge, and hiked up to the Galata tower. Yvonne's co-worker told her to try a Doner sandwich in Turkey (where it originated), then again when they get to Berlin to compare them. So we were on a mission before we left Turkey. Finally found one, which Ian ...
... to the Grand Bazaar so that you have an appreciation of the real prices of things. The Bazaar is all about bargaining, and you can easily pay higher prices if you fold under the pressure of the very aggressive vendors. We also recommend cash only, having heard stories of credit card theft. We managed to get away with some great deals and are satisfied with our visit. It was much fun and ...