Bostanci Prenses Hotel
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... of beers at the place across the street and then went back to get our key since they were to clean our room that day. That's when we found out we had mis-booked our stay. We had originally booked from June 3-7 and left the rest of our time open in case we wanted to move around. After a couple of days we realized the other things we wanted to see were too far so we were just going to extend the hotel stay from the 7th to the 11th. Since we've been ...
... new development areas, seeing a stadium and a few aqueducts I finally arrived at the school. With a grin and the words: "Internet super" he gave me a piece of paper with the "right" address. So I helped Nicola and her crew to get the school ready for an event the next day and afterwards we had dinner at the Marriott, which we got for free because Istanbul's high society was having a party, but that is another story and might be told another ...
... around a new section of town and wandered back towards the spice bazaar to get a few more little things, on the way in we got some corn on the cobs to munch on (street food carts everywhere!). After a bit more looking we wandered around in search of somewhere for dinner, we found a lovely place tucked down a side street, being a lovely night we sat outside and they set us a gas heater next to us and gave us blankets just incase. James had a doner Kebap and I had a chicken ...
We arrived in Istanbul after what felt like a few days travel. Fortunately, we landed at night so sleep wasn't too far off for us two weary travelers. We grabbed a taxi from the airport and drove along the water and then by the Wall of Constantinople that used to block the city from invasion. Arriving into the city essentially brought us to a dead stop in traffic. Between the trams, taxis, cars and pedestrians, the roads are incredibly busy in the second most populous city in ...
... friends with the owner of the cafe when we told another tourist that the food was good, and that they would have a good meal there! Whilst inside the Bazaar the vendors were not very pushy (well at least to what we are used to), we have figured out that after 6.00pm (when the Bazaar is almost about to shut) outside the Bazaar, where there are many many more shops, the vibe gets a bit more intense. We are not sure whether this is because of the time (last ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility