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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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Saturday 20 Sep 14 - The cruise is over !! How did that happen so quickly ? The last 14 days have been a great adventure and an even better introduction to cruising for Peter and Roselyn. We could not have had better weather or cruising conditions. Celebrity has been a very good cruise line and we would have no hesitation in sailing with them again …
... around 8-9pm after a late lunch or early dinner, eating our baklava for supper. We even bought some apple tea and had cuppas in the room!
Another day we spent the morning at Topkapi Palace, home of the Sultans for 400 or so years, and housing up to 5000 people at some points. There are hundreds of rooms, only some of which are open to the public. It was actually very OTT and quite extravagant. The kitchens were really interesting, with details of how they cooked for sultans ...
... front of the line I found out it was 10 tl (about $5) each. Seriously? Yeah, we hopped on! It was a great trip. We sat on the left side of the boat on wooden benches and got lucky because that was the side that was closest to the land on the way out and the way back. An Austrailan couple sat next to us and we talked with them quite a lot. They were here on one of the three cruise ships in the harbor (no wonder the crowds were huge!) but they had done their own ...
... marble columns plundered from various roman sites across the empire, the cistern has the capacity to store 100,000 tonnes of water and is an amazing space to walk through, not least because of the preserved ancient monuments that we're used in its construction, including two immense medusa heads, used as props for two shorter marble columns in the south west corner. The two best and biggest sights, however, are without doubt Hagia Sophia and ...
... site museum which shows treasures ranging from jewel encrusted cups through to beautiful gold baby’s cradle and the famous Topkapi dagger which was the subject of the film of that name, I might try to get hold of the movie now the guide has told us a bit about it. The last part of the exhibit is costumes belonging to the sultans, quite big and imposing some of them, all under glass and very dimly lit. Some had fur lining inside the collar and cuffs, some ...