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TravelPod Member ReviewsAdamar Hotel Istanbul
The Adamar Hotel is well located and is central to visits to all of the major sight seeing locations in the Old city. The staff are great and cannot do more to help or to provide advice. It is a small boutique hotel that has a great rooftop restaurant with 360 degree views of the city.
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Thursday 7 May 2015 - Short notes tonight - getting late after our arrival in Istanbul at about 7pm tonight. An uneventful check out of our hotel in Dubai and flight to Istanbul, leaving Dubai at 2:30pm. Food was again pretty good on the plane. We had a few bumps on the way up the border of Iraq an Iran due to weather but nothing too bad.
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... this amazing experience I continues my day by taking the Sehir Hartlari Cruise. This was a great way to see both the Asian and European sides of Turkey. It was really affordable (20 turkish lira, which is a little over 7 us dollers per person for a 6-hour trip), it also stops at the Anadolu Kavagi where you can hike up the hill and explore the castle grounds, since you are near ports, I decided to have ...
... br> had to be adjusted for our late arrival about 11am and the Captain
was able to defer our departure until 7pm. We didn't have an
excursion planned so it didn't trouble us but for some, they removed
entry to the Blue Mosque, one of the reasons people come to Istanbul.
Silly question, but why not remove the carpet weaving/sale
demonstration??? Or even the lunch break? The ship was moored at
the main dock this ...
... diploma program with the hopes of becoming a pilot. He was saving his money to allow him to pay for this future training as it is very costly for him.
We left the restaurant and explored a number of side streets with the many boutique shops and small bistros and cafes. Hooka pipes and young people dominated the rustic, dimly lit side streets. We stood and watched as a Turkish lady sat in the bistro window making large pita breads, filling them with various ...