Med Cezir Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... tour guide, provided a rich play-by-play covering interesting and historic landscapes as well as key reference points in Istanbul's growth and political history. Our arrival was 4:00pm on a holiday, so we decided to spend a few hours touring the East side of Istanbul known as the "New Town" even though it was established in the 1800's. The West side, or "Old Town" is considered the more traditional and historical side of Istanbul. That is where we would be spending our time ...
... stopover in the airport, I went to one of the lounges which the agency works with and settled in for my stopover. I had a shower to freshen up after the flight and locked my bag away then went to explore a little more of Changi which I may have missed the first time I was around, I first went to find somewhere to have ...
Despite the main street just a few minutes from us, we weren't feeling the local atmosphere... And after only a few days, we are already sick of the touts/salesman that call from every restaurant. They must work on commission. Regardless, it's annoying. I feel rude not acknowledging them but it's the only way to remain sane!
Instead of going up the stairs and turning right or left, or down the stairs and turning right, we decided to go left into ...
... selling pens. A narrow alley was filled with stores which had nothing but scarfs and pashminas. This is where the locals go to shop and they were out in force today.
Exhausted and leg weary yet again, we found a tiny corner street eatery, climbed the narrow stairs to the second floor, and squished into a table by the open balcony. It had a low ceiling and barely enough room to stand, a basic table and chairs, but incredibly delicious and ...
... around 4 or 5 thousands stores that sell all sorts of souvenirs. As we walked around and found a few things we liked, Crystal, Emily, and I participated in the long-held tradition of the Grand Bazaar--haggling. It isn't always the easiest thing, especially for a woman, but we quickly got the hang of it. Some of the shop owners were a little...pushy, but most were pretty nice and gave us good prices once we talked them down. Crystal ...