Med Cezir Hotel
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... in time for the high season which starts just about now! We wake every morning to the sound of drilling, bashing and grinding. Construction is just not kept for daylight hours. Oh no. A tradesman will start working at 10.30pm, 2am or anytime of the day. Just across from our favourite tea café, we saw a shop which had been completely gutted, renovated (new windows, walls, display shelves/furniture, painted), stocked, and opened for business within ...
... just like in ankara. In the evening we walked down Istiklal Caddesi which is the busiest street in Taksim, and it is where all of the cafes and restaurants are. Here I found the Hard Rock Cafe, but the food was expensive for turkey so we didn't eat there. Instead we found this lovely little restaurant that was cheap and the food was amazing! When we had eaten we went back to the hotel.
On the 3rd day ...
... a while, and the lighting made a good picture impossible with my camera's settings. Took the tram to Beyazit station for the Grand Bazaar, and also to do some of the Bazaar Quarter walks. Ended up getting hopelessly lost, but still saw some of the sights mentioned. I did not enjoy the bazaar at all. People are pushy and aggressive. I could not walk three steps before being approached by a salesperson. Saw a couple of ...
... still suprised at the amount we found there! It was a mad house of tourists!! We have found that there is generally a wide ranging mix of tourists in Turkey, a lot of Germans, French, Russians with only a few Australians found along the way! Entering the Palace we realised how the Sultans of the day lived, and could imagine when they would come home on their horses with all their entourage. Everything had a tone of opulence to it, with ...
... tort and order a cappuccino in the area that is set up as a French cafe. So remember when I said I would never even think of picking something up that I dropped on a hostel bathroom floor? Well these bathrooms are the exact opposite. I feel like I must be in a five-star hotel and when I try to wash my hands, the faucets are so high tech that I don't even know where the on lever is. I have to stand waiting with soap all over my ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet