Med Cezir Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... there was no river. I decided to do the sensible thing and ask a road worker pointing at my pathetic map towards the river and ferry terminal which was by the station I needed. He seemed to understand and pointed me back up and over the hill but could offer nothing more. Once back up in the square from which I had started the walk I headed straight across and was soon in a vibrant area of bars. This became progressively more sketchy as I went through ending with a ...
... glamorous building and sofisticated interior meets my sight. A glimpse back in time.
Istanbul being a very big city, I will use the public transportation to get around. I am a bit sceptic though, as I already have the impression of the infrastructure to be really bad. My host has provided me with this Istanbulkart, which is a great deal! I start getting lost. As I am staying in the old city neighborhood Beyoglu, I will need to cross the Galatabridge ...
... to leave! The board listing flights was perpetually optimistic and listed our flight as boarding before the plane had really arrived!
Have you ever wondered what would happen if you began to feel really unwell on a plane? We just like in the movies they announce "if there are any doctors on board, please make yourself known to staff". Surprisingly there were a ...
... a good night's sleep the night before! Finally, we went to the Grand Bazaar for lunch and for a little shopping. We followed Oscar to a very nice restaurant where we all sat and ate. I had a Turkish take on a Gyro, which was very good. I also had a glass of fresh squeezed (not sure thats quite the right term) pomegranate juice. After lunch, we were allowed to go shop and do as we pleased for the next several hours. After shopping, my group decided to go to a Hookah ...
... use had been blocked. He told me how the police had fired tear gas into the crowd and was even using the canisters containing the tear gas as bullets. Apparently this is illegal, as tear gas must be used no closer than 100 metres to a crowd. Barlas was in the front line of the fighting against the police and said that it was like a war zone. Even medical stations were set up behind the battle lines by the protesters to treat their injured. Some were even deployed as makeshift ...