Second Home Hostel
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... the honey comb...but, oh, how that added bliss. Fresh peach juice, melon that was the perfect ripeness to melt in your mouth,hazelnut goo that I did not know what to pair with, so just licked the spoon repeatedly, meats and cheeses, a variety of breads, and custom omelets...Bill was embarrassed by all the moaning coming from my side of the table. I was ready to stay there for the day, but the staff sensed that and began putting away the food. We ...
... my shorts attracted too much unwanted attention). Anyway, first stop was the blue mosque where after lining up for a half hour, I took my shoes off and thankfully was given a plastic bag for them, and went inside to marvel at the beautiful blue mosaic tiled roof and walls and admire the huge candelabras hanging from the high ceiling, and watch the locals ...
... blue mosque, and everyone had a guide for each mosque and funnily enough they all had carpets shops and just to show their hospitality, have a cuppa tea, then they bought out all these rugs, carpets all very nice (I only went in there to get out of the rain)
I snapped a few pictures of the mosques as I went round, but in the end I just got mosqude out with all this culture, I went off to have a kebab, then realised I had no idea where the hell I was, it was heads down and ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSecond Home Hostel Istanbul
Liked: super friendly staff that will happily help you with all your trip planning needs, respond to complaints or requests you might have; clean, amazing location; most communal atmosphere of any hostel I stayed in so far as fostered by management
Disliked: Not a whole lot of space to put your stuff in the dorm rooms, but upon my mentioning this, I think they might already be working to fix this with extra shelves or similar
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