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TravelPod Member ReviewsNew Galata Istanbul
Excellent place to stay. I highly recommend 5 Oda.
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... races were held. Little is left of those bygone days but a bronze monument known as the Serpent Column has survived. Columns and other works of art were brought from all over the Roman Empire and were erected in the city, then known as Constantinople. This column used to be outside the Temple of Apollo at Delphi. Sadly only part of it remains as it used to have a golden bowl supported by the heads of three serpents and stood eight metres high. It is thought that it ...
... to the Sultanhamet station, along the way getting a coffee, at the station i got a ticket and caught the train to Galta bridge. In this area i walked around, got some lunch – a fish sandwich that is the done thing in this area – it was very good. I then got a ticket for the Bosporus cruise and got on.
This cruise goes up the Bosporus and back down, it takes 90 minutes to do so and there is lots to ...
... going to lie I hate flying but love travelling go figure!! Our drive from Istanbul airport was hairy to say the least, our driver couldn't read speed limits and was doing 120km when it Cleary stated 70km. Istanbul is noisy, busy, exciting yet to be confirmed as we have only been out and about long enough to tell just getting our ...
... of Istanbul's old town and watching the interaction between market traders is always entertaining, as they banter with each other.
From the Spice Market, I walked to Sultanahmet, to explore some of Istanbul's most famous sites. On the way, I got chatting to a Turkish guy, who was convinced that I was American (or from Afghanistan based on the beard!). In something that would become a common occurrence, it transpired that he would like ...